Rågsved, the home of Swedish punk music in the eighties. The mural/graffiti painting of today keeps the tradition alive.
Rågsved (map) 26 June 2010
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Wikipedia: "Fika is both a Swedish verb and noun that roughly means 'to drink coffee', usually accompanied by something sweet. Fika is a social institution in Sweden; it means having a break most often a coffee-break with one's colleagues, friends, date, or family. Traditionally, fika requires sweet, baked goods, especially cinnamon rolls."
This lovely little place can be found at the northern side of Årstaviken.
Årstaviken (map) 20 June 2010
Here's a low angle from a cannon-piece at Siarö fortress. This island was once meant to be a stronghold in the archipelago of Stockholm. Fortunately it never came to that and once it was finished there was no need for it. So nowadays the Finland-ferries can safely travel the route.
Tensta subway station from 1975 is a time capsule. Strong political views are expressed in strong colours by artist Helga Henschen. No less than 86% of residents in Tensta are of foreign descent and here you can see "sisterhood" celebrated in several languages. Makes sense.
Tunnelbana Tensta (map) 6 July 2010
Tantolunden (map) 5 June 2010