Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the largest city of Fennoscandia. Stockholm is located on the east coast of Sweden, where the fresh water lake Mälaren, the third largest lake in Sweden, flows into the Baltic Sea. The central parts of the city consist of fourteen islands which are continuous with the Stockholm archipelago. The geographical center of the city is located on the water, in the bay of Riddarfjärden. More than 30% of the area of the city is formed by waterways and another 30% by parks and green spaces.
The most important places to visit in Stockholm are: the Vasa Museum (Sweden's National Maritime Museum), the famous Vasa vessel, the only preserved 17th century vessel of this type), the Royal Palace of Stockholm (the official residence of the monarch (A key landmark for the city of Sweden, over eight million bricks were used to build this beautiful building), the Drottningholm Palace (declared Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO) Built in 1600 is the private house of the royal family) and many more.
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