Today I visited a peaceful, magical place in Stockholm – Skogskyrkogården – the Forest Cemetery.
Built between 1919 and 1940, this location combines a burial ground with a chapel of rest and a coniferous forest.
Listed since 1994 as a World Heritage Site, the Forest Cemetery is a wonderfully serene place to say goodbye, to remember or just to visit.
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