Storefronts in Gamla Stan project an old world feeling. July 2015.
Dating back to the 13th century, much of the "Old Town" has been preserved. July 2015.
Colorful houses line tiny streets in Stockholm's Old Town. July 2015.
A statute in Stockholm Cathedral. July 2015.
This wooden statute, by Bernt Notke, is probably the Cathedral's most famous relics and depicts St. George vanquishing a dragon. July 2015.
Stockholm's medievial section, Gamla Stan, is alive and busy with residences and restaraunts. July 2015.
Residents of the island have walking access to a huge variety of small cafes and restaraunts.
The town square of Gamla Stan features the Nobel Museum and variety of small cafes and storefronts.
A storefront in Stockholm's Gamla Stan. July 2015.
Despite the historical import of the oldest part of the city, graffiti lines many walls. July 2015.
Like everyting else in Stockholm, Gamla Stan sits on the water. July 2015.
A small residential area of Stockholm's old town winds around to the community square, which also houses the Nobel Museum. July 2015.
A medieval gate that leads directly down to the water. July 2015.
Tiny space, barely large enough for two people to pass through, date back to the 13th century. July 2015.
The oldest part of Stockholm, Gamla Stan is filled with tiny, cobble-stoned streets.
The old town of Stockholm is a major tourist attaction, and store owners cater to westerners by using primarily English. July 2015.
A variety of small cafes in Gamla Stan serve both local and tourist among medieval surroundings. July 2015.
Residents and tourists of Gamla Stan can find cafes on almost every corner. July 2015.
Residential apartments line the strees surround Gamla Stan's town square. July 2015.
Small alleys in Gamla Stan lead to open spaces near the Royal Palace, Stockholm Cathedral and Nobel Museum. July 2015.