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In order to see how much you know about the city of Stockholm, we prepared a set of questions. So, solve our Stockholm Quiz, and don’t forget to let us know how you actually did.
Question 1: Situated on Sweden’s eastern coast where which body of water joins the Saltsjon and enters the Baltic Sea?
(A) Lake Vaner
(B) Lake Malaren
(C) Lake Mien
(D) Lake Runn
Question 2: Spread over some 20 islands and the adjacent mainland, Stockholm is often referred to as ___what?
(A) The Venice of the North
(B) The Venice of the Ease
(C) The Venice of the South
(D) None of above
Question 3: What year was Stockholm first mentioned as a town?
Question 4: Stockholm development was largely down to the efforts of which Swedish ruler?
(A) Eric the Victorious
(B) Olof Skotkonung
(C) Anund Jacob
(D) Birger Jarl
Question 5: The town grew rapidly as the result of a reciprocal trading treaty with which German city?
Question 6: It became the capital of Sweden officially, in what year?
Question 7: The capital of Sweden was liberated from Danish control in 1523 by which Swedish King?
(B) Gustav I Vasa
Question 8: The original nucleus of the city, the Old Town, is called what in Swedish?
(D) Gamla Stan
Question 9: The Royal Palace is in which part of Gamla Stan?
(A) Grinda Island
(B) Stads Island
(C) Arholma Island
(D) Sandhamn Island
Question 10: The Royal Palace’s Another part is Riddar Island, dominated by which church?
(A) Stockholm Cathedral
(B) Gustav Vasa Church
(C) Riddarhom Church
(D) Oscar’s Church
Question 11: The third part of Gamla Stan is Helgeands Island, which is the location of what legislative and administrative building?
(A) The House of Parliament
(B) Stockholm Palace
(C) Turning Torso
(D) Kista Science Tower
Question 12: Which of the northern (mainland) districts is the main shopping, business and financial sector?
Question 13: What is the name of the outdoor ‘living’ museum showing aspects of traditional Swedish life?
(A) Stockholm Observatory
(B) Biological museum
(D) Swedish Museum of Natural History
Question 14: On the island of Djurgarden is the museum housing the salvaged Swedish warship from 1628.What is it called?
(A) Bonniers Konsthall
(B) Hallwyl Museum
(C) Maritime Museum
(D) The Vasa Museum
Question 15: Who was the Stockholm-born Prime Minister of Sweden who was assassinated in 1986?
(A) Olaf Palme
(B) Arvid Posse
(C) Gillis Bildt
(D) Karl Staaff