Last Weekend I visited the Stockholm Medieval Museum...not the first time;)
The museum are built around a excavation site in central stockholm, so inside the museum they have large sections of the city wall and other stuf they found during the excavation in the 80´s.
The focus are of course the medieval history of Stockholm, and they have a realy good and cheap (80sek/$14/£8/€10) Museum Guid Book that not only describe the museum but give a good context of the Swedish medieval history.
It might be possible to order the book from the museum shop, through a e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org , Ask for the Book called: "The Museum of Medieval Stockholm. A guide through the new permanent exhibition as a presentation of the medieval history of Stockholm. English version.
It realy is a nice museum with a good shop and it is free entrance:)
Here are some pictures.
Model showing Stockholm about 1500. You can clearly se the Castle "Tre Kronor" in the uper left part of the mail island.
1:1 Model of the City gates.
House or Church under construction, In the museum they have buils several Medieval style houses.
A old artillery piece.
Knight and Allmoge soldier, with some Banners from some of the Swedish Houses in the back ground.
Model of a House inside Stockholm, the House was destroyd in a fire.
28mm minis:) On theirs way to the Battle of Brunkeberg 1471...
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