Ålsten, Stockholm, Sweden

November 17, 2017
Ålsten, Stockholm, Sweden - Urban Planning

Location | Ålsten, Stockholm, Sweden

Ålsten is mainly an area consisting of villas and terraced housing, with green areas and a lake right beside. The municipality of Stockholm bought this land in 1905 for 0.02 dollar per square meter. In 1923 the urban plan for this area was designed with a tram line, and the houses were built a few years later. They row-housing is famous as the, at that time, prime minister of Sweden lived there.

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