The Swedish summer is over and soon autumn will colour the trees. Experience this in full in the Rosendal Gardens on the Stockholm island of Djurgården, where a school a long time ago trained 700 gardeners. The green zone is now a great place to relax, with a café in the greenhouse. | MAGMAR |
There are not many countries that can put their entire fighter jet history to its present combat aircraft up in one flying formation. Well, Sweden can. Proud of its own aviation industry led by SAAB, Sweden is able to show its long-time winged technical achievements thanks to a support of the country’s air force, its […]
The 10th Edition of the Uppsala Carnival of Cultures, a two-day event, was having a blast this weekend. Kulturernas Karneval kicked off with getting the crowd to the festival area – the shade-rich, green English Park in the Swedish town, with a fancy Summer parade through the streets of the innercity. In contrast with last […]
Do you know that 97 percent of Sweden is uninhabited? If you put together all buildings they would fit on the Scandinavian country’s 2nd largest island: Öland. That means there is a lot of nature to protect. National parks and nature reserves cover a 10th of the Swedish land surface. One of those Skuleskogen National Park, the pearl of the High Coast Unesco World Heritage site.
Sweden has its mystical places. One of them we found this Summer when a friend invited us to his cabin on a lake. Wolverine Lake delivered the best we wished for: tranquility, proper rain showers, perfect campfires, sing-a-longs and a magical sunset upon arrival. Photos from Summer 2017. | MAGMAR |
Creme and terracotta coloured buildings with wonderful decorations are what you meet when visiting the Old Town. Soldiers in blue and with silver helmets march around the royal palace. Close by one both after the other leaves the quay to head for one of the hundreds of larger islands in the archipelago, being waved goodbye […]