Summer Throwback: Stockholm

Picture of By Tamar Hellinga

By Tamar Hellinga

[mks_dropcap style=”letter” size=”48″ bg_color=”#ffffff” txt_color=”#000000″]T[/mks_dropcap]he new academic year has only just started and already has us feeling behind on coursework. To suppress the chaotic mayhem just a little bit, it seems right to look back on the summer that’s behind us. We’re kicking off this mini-series (spoiler: next week is the next) with a throwback to Mercurius’ study trip to Stockholm. To view all photos: click on the photo and use the arrows to navigate.

With a group of 20 students and two teachers we flew to Sweden’s capital city on the 21st of July. Apart from visiting the student campus, a study association and the National History museum as mandatory company visits, we had lots of free time to explore Stockholm. We wandered the streets of the old part of the city, Gamla Stan, had plenty of Fika everyday, played Piccolo until our feet couldn’t carry us back to our beds and tanned whilst paddling in canoes at the Södra Grinda island.

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Interested in next year’s study trip? Or perhaps an activity a bit nearer in the future? Join Mercurius and see what events they’re hosting here.

Photos: Tamar, cover photo by Gustav

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