As the capital of Sweden, Stockholm not only brings together many historical buildings, but also many museums. There is both Swedish National Museum, a comprehensive national museum, and Skansen Park Open-air Museum, a characteristic museum with unique the world. Different people with different interests can find a museum they like here.
Europe’s myriad cities, towns, and quaint countryside villages have long inspired people to venture forth and explore. Whether you’re wandering an Old World metropolitan capital or eager to get off the beaten path, there always something fresh and exciting to discover. For 2020, we’re taking a look across the continent to bring you some of the trendiest destinations. For good measure we’re covering a mix of big cities and smaller towns.
The northern lights or Aurora Borealis have been the source of fascination for mankind for thousands of years. Whether you’ve seen them on TV or in real life, these incredible moving curtains of light in the night sky seem even better than the best modern CGI! The lights begin as high as 96km where blue is typically seen, while the green curtains of lights occur higher at 240km and red-colored curtains are seen even higher. Typically oxygen produces yellow and green shades while nitrogen gives off red-violet and blue. The northern lights are generally associated with green, pink, yellow, violet, blue, orange and white colors.