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school's out ?

A while ago we had Norra Latin and it's just fair that we now show you Södra Latin as well. Both were well known schools in Stockholm. Quite a difference in the façade, I'd say. The present building was inaugurated in 1891 but the school has existed in different shapes since 1654. Girls weren't allowed in until 1961.

Högbergsgatan (map) 14 October 2009


Leif Hagen said...

What a fantastic, historic school! Has it kept an old, historic feeling inside?

Lowell said...

That's the fanciest school building I've ever seen, I think. Beautiful facade. Is it for elementary children or the higher grades?

Wonderful photo, with the rusty color against the bright blue sky!

Bernt Seipl said...

Leif Hagen: I didn't get to see much of the interior, but what I saw had some historic feeling to it - absolutely.

Jacob: Higher grades, I'd say.

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