The Vasa Museum is perhaps Stockholm's most famous attraction. The Vasa is a ship that sank in the 1600s. It was located and brought to the surface in the middle of the 20th Century. The ship is housed in the building on the left which is very dark to preserve it. The picture on the right is a model of the ship as it would have looked in its' glory days.
This girl (r) is making the cones which are being enjoyed by the folks on the left who have stopped to cool down along the streets of Old Town, Stockholm.