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Påsk

Påsk

Linnéa B., Editor and co-founder

April 3, 2015


Filed under Featured Articles, Stockholm

  Easter is originally a religious holiday, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus in the Bible. In Sweden however, it is has become a much more secular holiday, instead becoming a mix of old folk beliefs, Nordic and Christian traditions. The most popular of these is the “påskkärri...

Melodifestivalen

Melodifestivalen

Theodor B., Reporter

April 2, 2015


Filed under Featured Articles, Stockholm

Melodifestivalen is arguably the most recognized Swedish national annual event in history. Every year, starting from the middle of February to the middle of March, six nights are reserved for the festival, in which selected artists sing an original song for the chance to reach the finals. The first...

Stockholm Cafés: Café VeteKatten

Stockholm Cafés: Café VeteKatten

Emika W. and Anna v.d.L.

March 1, 2015


Filed under Stockholm

Kungsgatan 55, 111 22 Stockholm   Types of foods: Vetekatten serves proper lunch meals, such as soups and pies, but they mainly sell pastries and sandwiches. The food was displayed with care, and everything looked fresh and tasty.   Food: Anna: Sandwich (top plate, 84 kr – ...

Ice Skating in Kungsträdgården

Ice Skating in Kungsträdgården

Deepti S. and Erica M.

March 1, 2015


Filed under Stockholm

Ice skating: Kungstradgarden Adress: Jussi Björlings Allé 5 111 47 Stockholm  At this time of year we can assume that many of you have been staying inside and have not gone out much. The cold doesn’t bring any motivation to do anything outside of the warm indoors, which is a problem, and ...

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