what a grand place!
Hi Inger .. one day I must get to Scandinavia - Sweden looks glorious .. cheers Hilary
Very nice, I like seeing architecture in other countries.
Oooooh my, dat is amazin'! We likes stuffs likes dat, they sure don't make awesome buildings likes dat no mores.Geez, could you imagine cleanin' dat thing? Makes me tired just thinkin' bouts it....whew!Puddles
Such a grand structure! What it must look like in the snow!
What a beautiful building.
Kul att du visar lite från Sverige...här har det varit fint idag och sommarvärme kommer i början av veckan 22 grader o så jobbar man , suck
What a lovely mixture of Victorian & modern!!
It looks royal!!!
That's a lovely opera house!
That's beautiful. It would be fun to go in and tour the whole place.
it really fits the words, grand old opera house. i think they must have pigeons in every country.
Dear Inger, this morning I went to a blog I follow--Kate Shrewsday. On it, a well-known architect is writing a series of seven postings about the seven building that most delight him. He's just finished his fourth one and I'm learning so much and seeing so much beauty in the posted photographs of these buildings.Why do I tell you this? Because I truly appreciate what I could see of the Stockholm Royal Opera. The architect--MTM--would of course find robust words to describe the "muscular" lines of this building. I can say only that it is pleasing to my eye. Thank you for sharing it. Peace.
Thanks for your interest in the Stockholm Opera. Now you have inspired me to write something about this place and show a picture of the front of it.
Beautiful and impressive building!
Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger