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Photographs of the colorful cottages of a medieval walled city in the Baltic Sea.
Traipsing through the medieval city of Visby during Sweden’s annual political convention reveals something about the soul of the country.
The first meal we had in Stockholm – no, not at Ikea – was Swedish meatballs with mashed potatoes and lingonberries. The second was Max at T-Centralen. Founded in Northern Sweden in the late 1960s, Max is Sweden’s answer to McDonald’s. The name even sounds suspiciously similar. The chain hasn’t spread much beyond Sweden, with […]