A Play Park In The 1800s…

In the southern part of Stockholm, in a rather bohemian area nicknamed Söder’ (South), there is a fantastic play park called ‘Bryggartäppan’. This play park is based on Stockholm in the 1800s…… and I’ll show you why…..

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Of course, if you don’t fancy ploughing the fields, or feeding the animals, you can always take a stroll to the village…

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…visit the shop…

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…or the blacksmiths…

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…or try a little balancing….

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…the see-saw…

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…the maze….

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..or the swings…

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Tire of that, take a trip to the factory..

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…or just pop round to a neighbour’s for tea…

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If you fancy a nap, pop upstairs…

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…hopefully the house is warmed up…

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When you go home…

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..if you find yourself ‘cut short’, don’t worry, there are public toilets available…

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😉

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