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Photos from Sigtuna, Sweden

 

lake-malaren-1 / Lake Malaren

lake-malaren-2 / Lake Malaren

lake-malaren-ducks / Lake Malaren ducks

sigtuna-doll / Unusual doll

sigtuna-downtown / Downtown area of Sigtuna, about 30 miles northwest of Stockholm and founded around 980AD

sigtuna-rune-stone / Rune stone from 11th century AD found in ruin of St. Lars church, with inscription saying Gillog and usi laid the stone

skokloster-slott-1 / Skokloster Slott, a baroque palace about 50 miles northwest of Stockholm built between 1654 and 1671

skokloster-slott-2 / Skokloster Slott, a baroque palace about 50 miles northwest of Stockholm built between 1654 and 1671

skokloster-slott-3 / Skokloster Slott, a baroque palace about 50 miles northwest of Stockholm built between 1654 and 1671

skokloster-slott-courtyard-1 / Internal courtyard of Skokloster Slott, a baroque palace about 50 miles northwest of Stockholm

skokloster-slott-courtyard-2 / Internal courtyard of Skokloster Slott, a baroque palace about 50 miles northwest of Stockholm

skokloster-slott-courtyard-3 / Internal courtyard of Skokloster Slott, a baroque palace about 50 miles northwest of Stockholm

skokloster-slott-front / Front view of Skokloster Slott, a baroque palace about 50 miles northwest of Stockholm built between 1654 and 1671

skokloster-slott-interior-1 / Skokloster Slott, a baroque palace about 50 miles northwest of Stockholm, with "trompe d'oeil" painting of railing

skokloster-slott-interior-2 / Inside of main entrace of Skokloster Slott, a baroque palace about 50 miles northwest of Stockholm

skokloster-slott-interior-3 / Inside of main entrace of Skokloster Slott, a baroque palace about 50 miles northwest of Stockholm

 

Declan McCullagh is a photographer who lives and works in San Francisco, California. His photographs are available for licensing and for purchase as signed custom prints.

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