What Is the Capital of Sweden?

What Is the Capital of Sweden?

The capital of Sweden is Stockholm. It is located at the junction of Malar Lake and Salt Bay. This beautiful city is built on a group of islands and on the mainland of Uppland and Sodermanland.

The city was mainly built by the ruler Burger Jarl. It appeared as a small town first in 1252. It first became the Swedish capital in 1436. The city has developed a lot over the centuries, but the old part of the city is called Gamla Stan and remains a big tourist attraction. This part of the city has buildings that were built in the 16th and 17th centuries.