Järnpojken in English known as the "little boy who looks at the moon" is a sculpture in the Old Town of Stockholm by Liss Eriksson, which is only 15 cm high and therefor is the smallest public monument of Stockholm. It is believed that the boy has magical powers; therefor visitors place small coins and candies at his footsteps, and also stroke him over the head for good luck - Stockholm - Sweden

Järnpojken in English known as the "little boy who looks at the moon" is a sculpture in the Old Town of Stockholm by Liss Eriksson, which is only 15 cm high and therefor is the smallest public monument of Stockholm. It is believed that the boy has magical powers; therefor visitors place small coins and candies at his footsteps, and also stroke him over the head for good luck - Stockholm - Sweden

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