Sigtuna — Sweden’s First Town

Today there are still areas to explore, things to discover right under
our feet. Archaeologists are continuously busy uncovering and mapping
our early history. Sigtuna is the earliest, still existing, Swedish
town. Join us in a walk along Stora gatan, our main street, which has
been in use since 980 AD!

I walked on frozen Lake
Mälaren 🙂 during a trip to Sigtuna — Sweden’s first town found in the
10th century near Stockholm. It was totally breathtaking ^__^, freezing
cold with the wind and freaking fun.

Though I looked so pale, I
was brave!!! The ice starts melting now. (I’m crossing my fingers here
hoping you don’t notice a guy ice-skating around. lol.)

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