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Autumn Colors in Stockholm

Just because summer is over doesn't mean that you can't enjoy the outdoors in Stockholm. In fact, autumn (October, specifically) is one of my favorite times to take long walks in one of Stockholm's many parks and green areas. It is now that the leaves are all changing colors and on a nice, sunny day, it can be quite spectacular.  You don't have to go far in Stockholm to visit a park. They say that a third of the surface area of the city is made up of green areas and no Stockholmer lives more than 300 meters from a park. Another third is taken up by water. But, if you really want to enjoy the autumn colors, there are some specific, larger parks that I prefer to visit than others.  One of my favorites, and most central, is Djurgården. Djurgården is both the name of an island and a larger park that includes the island. The island is especially well known as it is the location of some of Stockholm's most famous attractions and museums, like the Vasa Museum, ABBA the Muse…

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