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Astrid Lindgren’s House

Astrid Lindgren is one of Sweden’s most famous authors. She wrote more than 30 books for children, and is best know for creating Pippi Longstocking, a book that has been translated into more than 75 languages and adapted into several movies and television series.

Lindgren lived in this house in Stockholm form 1941 until her death in 2002. Since her passing, her family has decided to preserve the house in the state it was in before her death, and in 2015 they opened the house as a museum in Lindgren’s memory.


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