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Side Trips from Stockholm Sights


  • Svartbäcksgatan 27 Map It
  • Uppsala
  • Garden/Arboretum

Updated 11/04/2012

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One of Uppsala's most famous sons, Carl von Linné, also known as Linnaeus, was a professor of botany at the university during the 1740s. He created the Latin nomenclature system for plants and animals. The botanical treasures of Linnaeus's old garden have been re-created and are now on view in Linnéträdgården. The garden's orangery houses a pleasant cafeteria and is used for concerts and cultural events.

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Svartbäcksgatan 27, Uppsala, Sweden

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  • SKr 60
  • May–Sept., Tues.–Sun. 11–5.

Updated 11/04/2012


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