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This beautiful statue of a wonderful actress is more than a statue. It is a true reflection of her warmth as it is kept at a constant warm temperature as she requested. We all know she died of cancer and this statue is where she...More
Swedish stage and film actress. Standing outside the royal dramatic theater. I didnt do my homework before travel but see now that I should hold my hands on her "golden" part and I should then warn up my hands. This was my 5 last minutes...More
Almost unobtrusively located by the side of the National Theatre on the corner of Nyerbron, you'll find if you rub her belly that it's warm/hot to the touch. Margaret Krook was one of Sweden’s best loved actresses of the 20th century. Rumour has it that...More
I was taking pictures of the building right next door and almost walked straight past. It's a life size statue but she is quite short and small in stature, standing on a corner of a building away from the main street walking path. It's easy...More
I was lucky a friend who lives in Stockholm was with us and tell us the story of this statue. It’s Margaretha Krook’s, a famous Swedish actress and very beloved by everybody. When she was acting at this theater, she usually went to that corner...More
I’m afraid I’d never heard of the woman but this is a very striking statue on a prominent corner. If you’re a fan of the actress it might be worth seeking out but otherwise it’s just interesting to see if you stumble upon it. If...More
Most Swedes in the Middle Ages have a relationship with this well-known Swedish actress, and that she has her own statue appears first naturally, but on closer reflection it feels a little strange as it does not suit her personality (but who does it?) ......More
With its high-end shopping facilities and Michelin-starred restaurants, Östermalm is definitely the poshest part of central Stockholm. Here you will find Stockholm’s most majestic residential buildings, a beautiful market hall from 1888 displaying gourmet foods from around the world and the Swedish Royal Dramatic Theatre with its awe-inspiring architecture. At night, legendary nightclubs make the perfect
location to observe the natives (and those aspiring to become natives of this exclusive neighborhood) in their natural habitat and to enjoy the latest produce of the Swedish house music scene.