The German Church
The city council gave the German Guild Hall to the Finnish community in 1565. It was enlarged and transformed into a church, which they shared with the Germans. But in 1601, the Finns were told to leave, and the building took on the name of the German Church. The rich decoration dates from this period, and you will notice the splendid royal tribune in one corner designed by Tessin the Elder, himself a member of the church.
Address:Svartmangatan, 111 29 Stockholm
May-Sep: noon-4pm; rest of year: weekends noon-4pm