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This is the Sergel's square (Sergels torg) in the commercial center in Stockholm which is a capital in Sweden. I remember that place was the distance for about 10 minutes on foot from central railway station(T-centralen). Here is a rotary circle and the tower of the glass of the stylish design in character with Northern Europe stands in the center beside the fountain. As for the circumference of the square, buildings such as a cultural center (Kulturhuset) and a department store are located in a line. The high architecture with spire which is visible to the left is considered to be Saint Clara church (Klara Kyrka). The underground of this square is called "Plattan" with a famous triangular floor pattern. And, the subterranean shopping mall spreads out underground. It looks like the useful construction style in consideration of a cold and long winter.
This photograph is scanned with CanoScan Lide60 and digitized.

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