The Stockholm Stadsmuseum (the Stockholm City Museum) is dedicated to town history. Kungliga Djurgården (Royal Djurgården) is an island covered by a forest, with many places to visit.
Along Djurgårdskanalen there is Skansen, an open-air museum devoted to historical Sweden (with a collections of historical structures from the different regions of the Country), and Vasamuseet (the ... More Vasa Museum), in which you can see the warship Vasa, which sank in Stockholm on her maiden voyage in 1628.
Thielska Galleriet (the Thielska Gallery) and Prince Eugene’s Waldermarsudde are two important art museums, where collections of contemporary Scandinavian paintings and sculpture are preserved.
The Nordiska museet (the Nordic Museum) is an important international museum for Scandinavian culture and history. Once a year, the Swedish Academy awards the Nobel Prize to people who have made major contributions in literature, medicine, chemistry, economics and peace.
The ceremony takes place on December 10 (the anniversary of Alfred Nobel’s death, founder of the Prize) in the Stockholm Concert Hall.
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