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Nybroviken

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Strandvagen, Stockholm 114 51 Sweden
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KungsträdgårdenStockholm Metro5 min
ÖstermalmstorgStockholm Metro5 min
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FTMDave wrote a review Aug 2018
Adria, Italy4,247 contributions321 helpful votes
Nybroviken is a small bay, which border the quays of Strandvägen and Nybrokajen. It's a pleasant place to wander around and look at the islands. Right next to a park and some magnificent buildings such as the Royal Dramatic Theatre.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Mikael F wrote a review Mar 2018
Vantaa, Finland17,333 contributions829 helpful votes
Nybroviken is a small bay, which separates the city district Östermalm from the peninsula Blasieholmen. North of the bay is Berzelii Park and Norrmalmstorg. The quays of Strandvägen and Nybrokajen are bordering this bay. Nybroviken is an important departure point for ferries bound for Djurgården and the Stockholm Archipelago.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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on_the_go_98765 wrote a review Oct 2017
Tucson15,537 contributions1,501 helpful votes
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From Djurgarden, we crossed a bridge and made our way to Nybroviken. It was a very busy place, lots of people catching ferries and other foot traffic activity going on here. Our adventure took us to this little park area which contains an amazing statue of a perfect (think David in Florence perfect) specimen, hammering memorial words on a column dedicated to John Ericsson (one letter" "s sometimes, two the rest of the time). It isn't that the bust on top of the column is so memorable, it is all the stuff around the column that needs a second-look. Look at the gears and the propeller ... Ericson was the man who invented the screw-propeller that changed the nature of powering vessels for all time. The figure showing hard at work in sculpting this monument is a study in the perfection of man. He carefully wields his tools to continue the engraving and his muscles ripple. For creativity, this is a perfect 10. Not many monuments have such an unusual approach to memorializing the subject.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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