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Rådhuset

Rådhuset station, Stockholm metro Sigvard Olsson modelled Rådhuset station as a pink underground grotto, complete with imaginary archeological findings, in Photograph: Luis Rodriguez

Fridhemsplan  Fridhemsplan – Ingegerd Möller and Torsten Renqvist Möller and Renqvist created an array of exhibits around the station relating to the sea (1975), pointing to the ongoing protests at the time from conservationists. This particular glass case holds a small sailing boat or blekingeeka

The art of the Stockholm metro – in pictures

From a fake underground grotto to giant bronze tulips, murals making statements on ecology to work by ‘the Swedish Banksy’, Stockholm’s metro stations are full of surprises.

Sockenplan – Sture Collin Collin's 1990 Ship of Fools sculpture refers to the medieval belief that the earth was flat

The art of the Stockholm metro – in pictures

From a fake underground grotto to giant bronze tulips, murals making statements on ecology to work by ‘the Swedish Banksy’, Stockholm’s metro stations are full of surprises.

Universitetet

The art of the Stockholm metro – in pictures

From a fake underground grotto to giant bronze tulips, murals making statements on ecology to work by ‘the Swedish Banksy’, Stockholm’s metro stations are full of surprises.

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Stockholm Metro: The World's Longest Art Gallery at Stockholm art gallery | Artists, art, modern art, contemporary art, classic art, street art, all the inspirations that you need | www.bocadolobo.com #bocadolobo #luxuryfurniture #exclusivedesign #interiodesign #designideas #art #modernart #contemporaryart #artists

Svedmyra

The art of the Stockholm metro – in pictures

From a fake underground grotto to giant bronze tulips, murals making statements on ecology to work by ‘the Swedish Banksy’, Stockholm’s metro stations are full of surprises.

Rådhuset Line (Stockholms tunnelbana, Sweden) by Domingo Leiva

Rådhuset Line (Stockholms tunnelbana, Sweden) -> If you're going to Stockholm I recommend doing a guided tour through the most beautiful underground stations - each one has a different theme!

Stunning underground art In Stockholm’s metro station

Stunning underground art In Stockholm’s metro station

Uppsala, Sweden

Adorable Swedish towns: A day trip from Stockholm

If you’re heading to Sweden and want to see some adorable Swedish towns, here’s how to see both Sigtuna and Uppsala in a day trip from Stockholm.

From a fake underground grotto to giant bronze tulips, murals making statements on ecology to work by ‘the Swedish Banksy’, Stockholm’s metro stations are full of surprises. All photographs by Luis Rodriguez

The art of the Stockholm metro – in pictures

From a fake underground grotto to giant bronze tulips, murals making statements on ecology to work by ‘the Swedish Banksy’, Stockholm’s metro stations are full of surprises. All photographs by Luis Rodriguez

Stars of Nordic cuisine have opened kiosks at Teatern, a street food-style gastro market in the unlikely setting of a shopping centre

Sweden's top chefs join forces at Stockholm’s new food market

Stefano Catenacci’s kisok gets ready for business at the new Teatern food court, Stockholm

Budget travel value travel Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Card Pubic Transit.

The incredibly comprehensive Stockholm Card includes virtually every museum in the city - and Stockholm has some of the best museums in the world!

Initiated during Sweden’s late 1950s cultural boom, the Stockholm metro is an evolving 70-mile journey through five decades of European art history

A tour of the Stockholm metro – the world's longest art gallery

Initiated during Sweden’s late 1950s cultural boom, the Stockholm metro is an evolving 70-mile journey through five decades of European art history

Solna Centrum mero station in Stockholm Solna Centrum’s murals by Anders Åberg and Karl-Olav Bjork feature a blood-red sky and spruce forest running for 1km along the walls. Photograph: Luis Rodriguez

A tour of the Stockholm metro – the world's longest art gallery

Solna centrum Solna Centrum – Karl-Olov Björk and Anders Åberg Björk and Åberg used this station as a political statement for the environmental movement. A spruce forest runs for almost metres along the walls of the statement, underneath a blood-red sky