Fridhemsplan


Fridhemsplan

Fridhemsplan is a square in Kungsholmen, Stockholm and a major metro station by the same name, where the blue line and the green line meet. The square was named Fridhemsplan in 1935, after the major street "Fridhemsgatan" crossing the area. Before that, the area was simply known as Kungsholmen Toll station.

Fridhemsplan is not the trendiest part of Stockholm, but there is a shopping mall, since 2002, ("Västermalmsgallerian") that focuses on the young middle class people who live in the area. It replaced the infamous underground "square" at the intersection of Sankt Eriksgatan and Fleminggatan streets. Fridhemsplan is known for its many low cost bars. Fridhemsplan now also has a major STF hostel.

External links

* [http://www.vastermalmsgallerian.com/default.asp "Västermalmsgallerian"]


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