Stockholm’s Medieval Market 2010
April 26, 2010

During April 10 and 11, and for the second year in a row (although I wasn’t here last year to check it, hehe) in Kungsträdgården Park, it was celebrated the Stockholm’s Medieval Market (Medeltidsmarknad).


Although the park itself is quite big, the area occupied by the Medieval Market was not very extensive. Anyway, there was a stage for live music, an archery field, a dozen shops of medieval-related stuff and a craftsmen shop in which they were forging metal, a guy with a horse on which children could ride, etc.

But the most important thing was, of course, the atmosphere, which was great, as it was full of people with costumes, some even with armors, making it very easy for people to get in the medieval mood.


Also, I have to say that it this event really marked the coming of the good weather… finally! :D

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Yujuuuuuuuuuuuu, el buen tiempo, aquí ayer tuvimos 29 grados, una locura!


April 27, 2010 | #

Carlos Hernández

Joder, que calorazo… aquí hoy andamos en 22 grados y empieza a ser agobiante!

May 18, 2010 | #


Que buena entrada, me encantaria ir al mercado medieval. Lo hacen solo en suecia o hay otros paises donde se hace? Saludos!

January 28, 2013 | #

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