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Södermalm is, in some ways, the Boulevard Saint-Germain of Stockholm, a bohemian island where all the cool kids hang out. In the centre of the island, just over the way from Medborgarplatsen T-Bana station is the Söderhallarna library and arthouse complex. Inside its quite a confused place, trying to be a number of things at the same time without being able to decide which it really is. Its a meeting place, a concert hall, a shopping centre, a cinema and an eating place. And probably some other things too.

IMGP1297.JPG The square
IMGP1300.JPG The entrance to the underground parkering-hus
IMGP1302.JPG Looking back toward the square
IMGP1303.JPG Looking back toward the square again


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