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Places to Visit in Stockholm, Sweden
Junibacken is a children museum, founded by Staffan Gotestam, Fredrik Urstrom and Peder Wallenberg. It is situated on the island of Djurgarden in the centre of Stockholm, Sweden. The museum was officially opened by the Swedish Royal Family on June 8, 1996. The museum is Stockholm 5th most visited tourist attraction. The museum is devoted to Swedish children literature, but especially Astrid Lindgren. Outside the building is a bronze statue of Lindgren. The art direction and images for the interior design were made by Swedish artist Marit Tornqvist, who had previously made illustrations for more recent versions of Lindgren books.The museum contains the largest children bookstore in Sweden. The lockers in the entrance hall are unusual in that each is in the form of a giant book spine, featuring world classics such as Treasure Island and The Jungle Book. Other main attractions include a Storybook Square, a mock public square where each house is devoted to a separate Swedish children author (other than Lindgren), from the earliest writers such as Elsa Beskow to recent writers such as Sven Nordqvist. The square ends at a mock Vimmerby railway station. The station also presents framed copies of Lindgren memorabilia, including a glowing letter of praise for Lindgren from then president of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev.
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