A sampler of some of the interesting doors DrFumblefinger spotted while strolling around Stockholm.
Gumbo was visiting the historic Cathedral of Stockholm's old city, Gamla Stan. The church is built immediately adjacent to the Royal Palace complex.
Rail line construction opens an opportunity for a new view of Swedish maritime history.
Sweden is seeing a big boom in the popular 'all-you-can-eat' style railpasses, possibly spurred by the 'flight-shaming' movement.
Yet another food-related road accident in Sweden sends slippery fish all over a rush-hour roadway.
A museum about disgusting food (and yes you may have a taste) has found a permanent home from which to challenge our notions of what is edible.
Two recently-discovered graves offer new insights into Viking life; parts of the find will soon be on display in two Swedish museums.
A fight is brewing between fishmongers and preservationists on one side and the city's real-estate arm over the future of the historic market.
A mild winter brings bears out of hibernation in Sweden's nature parks. But what will they do in summer?
After a five-year shutdown for renovation, the National Museum in Stockholm reopens, with double the collection.
Sweden's second major herring incident of the year also involved an elk in the road.
A new museum highlights some of the least appetizing foods you could imagine, but there's a point to it.
Twin peaks, one ice-capped and the other rocky, switch places on Sweden's tall-mountain list.
Stockholm adds its 10th nature reserve, which includes forest lands and islands near Lake Malaren.
A historic Swedish tradition turns out to be imported from Turkey by an exiled 18th-century king.