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Sigtuna Boardwalk, Sigtuna
(4.5/5 based on 85 reviews on the web)
Sigtuna Boardwalk is located in Sigtuna. Sigtuna Boardwalk is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Sigtuna Edition.
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  • Sigtuna is situated on the shore of Lake Mälaren, which channel is connected with the Baltic Sea. It is believed that in ancient times the Lake was a sea Bay. Therefore, Novgorod and Karelian on their ships visited here to plunder. Walk along the shore of the Lake is very pleasant. You will see and the ruins of St. OLAF's Church and the ruins of the monastery of Saint Peer, and clock tower. But the main thing-the ten Runic stones directly in town, and more than 100 Runic stones in the surrounding area. It is believed that they came here in the 11th century. I remember Norman theory origin of Rurik. And all in the town of Sigtuna becomes a mother: and old houses on main street, and ruins, and runestones. It seems like they came here the Slavs and told Rjurikam: "come to rule us! The land we have vast and rich, but there is no order! ". And since this started letopisnaja history of Russ ... How not to visit such a place!
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  • Small fantastic town just north of stockholm, old and cosy a summer day walking by the water is just amazing and well worth the time it takes to get there, there are busses from Stockholm to Sigtuna 
  • We took a taxi from Stockholm to Sigtuna because it is hyped as a very old town with beautiful old buildings. It is a small place with essentially one main street of shops and then a "boardwalk" area....  more »