Stortorget Square Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of Stortorget Square in Stockholm, Sweden. The colorful buildings line the streets where people shop in the markets.


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Dec 3, 2017
You know, I just love this buildings and their happy colors!
Sep 10, 2017
I live in this beautiful city of Stockholm, Sweden! Not in this old, historical part of the city though, but close enough to walk there.
Oct 21, 2017
Hi, Stolle, welcome to the puzzle gang. Have you ever been inside one of these buildings?
Oct 21, 2017
Yes, where there are restaurants, shops and coffee bars in the street and cellar floors (where they used to store coal). The upper floors are offices or private homes with old tree ceilings and floors - no angle is right. Very charming. Yet modernized.
May 5, 2017
My sister and I were in Stockholm about 8 years ago. We loved it. We are Swedish on both sides so spent 2 weeks in Sweden about 5 years ago. We did find the cemetary where our great grandparents and a great aunt were buried, but it wasn't in Stockholm.
Nov 26, 2016
Jun 23, 2015
I love house pictures.
Mar 16, 2015
I wonder - if these are apartments, how large are they and are there elevators if you live on the upper floors?
Apr 8, 2014
Like it but for some reason it made me feel like I was reaching! Guess it's my nerves!
Need prayers! Took a young woman in because she had nowhere else to go but it really is making me crazy! She lies too. I really don't want to put her out on the street but I am really so on edge!
Apr 25, 2014
She's gone but along with being gone she stole from me. Really makes me sad that I helped her.
Nov 19, 2014
Toadalove, I hear you - you had a big heart and trusted this young lady and it must feel like betrayal of the biggest sort. Various members of my family have tried to help people too at times and sometimes they took advantage of us too.

- A Verse that came to mind (because an aunt of mine would quote it when kids would ruin her stuff) (she married late in life and it was a little harder to take, maybe) was Hebrews 10:34, about "joyfully accepting the plundering of your goods." - It helps me to remember that without the Lord in people's lives, however it may appear, when folks are like that, it's often that they are missing out on the Lord of Life who really pulls things together for us in the end. Most people just do what they grew up learning how to do in order to get what they need and want, and there was never any intervention.

Really, though I don't have much worldly goods to speak of at the moment, I've seen God make it up to me in so many ways when the rug has been pulled out from under me by others, seemingly.

Just saying - if you believe in prayers (and it sounds like you do), I think you should be on the lookout for God to bless you in some way, somewhere along the line. God bless you, my dear, for caring for someone else to bring them into your house when you needed them. Please don't draw back. (Though when you do, it pays to be wise as a serpent and hide things that he prefer not to be taken, maybe? ) It's the love you show now that may make all the difference, in God's eyes, and He's the one who owns the cattle on a thousand hills. He often pays us back in ways money can't even touch. God loves you, my dear, and trusted you to have this experience. It's what we do after life deals us dirty that shows who we really are, don't you think? Please don't stop loving. Our world needs an example of people like you.
Nov 14, 2014
Beautiful buildings and great puzzle.
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