Stockholm, Sweden

Life in medevial times in Stockholm

Life in medevial times in Stockholm

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17 tour stops

1

Introduction to the Museum of Medieval Stockholm

Stories about what life was like in Stockholm more than 700 years ago.

3 min
2

Earliest history of Stockholm

Development and Legend

3 min
3

Burgers

Burgers

2 min
4

The city wall - Stockholms defence

The city wall - Stockholms defence

4 min
5

War and Weaponry

The Rider and the Soldier

3 min
6

Religion – Christianity

The Church

2 min
7

Monasteries

Monasteries

2 min
8

The big brick house

The big brick house

2 min
9

Items inside the house

The interior of the house

2 min
10

The battle of Brunkeberg

The battle of Brunkeberg

2 min
11

The Riddarholmen Ship

Ship found in the Riddarholmen canal

2 min
12

Shipping and trade

Shipping and trade

2 min
13

The Projection - Stockholm in the 15 the century

The Projection – showing all the seasons in the city and at night

55 s
14

The Stockholm gallows

The Stockholm gallows

2 min
15

Crime and Punishment

Trial minutes, “Tänkeböcker"

2 min
16

Medical Science in the Middle Ages

The plague

3 min
17

The Hospitals of the Middle Ages

The Hospitals of the Middle Ages

2 min

Overview

The Museum of Medieval Stockholm was opened in 1986 and reopened in 2010. It describes the emergence and medieval development of the town and is built up round some of the permanent heritage monuments which came to light during the archaeological excavations on Helgeandsholmen (The Island of the Holy Spirit) between 1978 and 1980. The display area comprises 1,750 square metres and there are some 850 objects on display. The objects come from the whole of the town area.

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