I’ve recently noticed that most of my scandinavian photos disappeared from my previous blog. That’s why I’d like to post some of them them here, add a few that were not published recently, and bring back some memories from my old days in Sweden. This post is another one from the “Autumn series”, and it is about my first visit to a town called Sigtuna.
A tiny town by the Mälaren lake, about 1,5 hour from Stockholm. Founded in the year 980, soon it became the first capital of Sweden. Today it’s a couple of charming streets, a museum and an old town hall. Perfect place for a short trip from Stockholm, especially during winter when the christmas market is held in Sigtuna’s old streets. (I liked it much better than Stockholm’s markets, maybe except for the one in Skansen, but that’s a story for another time! :))
Looks like a beautiful little town – like out of a film… Beautiful pictures, Ania!
I’ve never been to sweeden but i’m really looking forward going! pretty pics!
Thank you Barbara! 🙂 Sweden is a beautiful place, I am sure you’ll enjoy it once you’re there!