The Swedish Museum of Architecture

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The Swedish Museum of Architecture Dec 10, 2012
I saw in the "What's On" - Stockholm catalogue that there would be a temporary exhibition on Gingerbread Houses in the Swedish Museum of Architecture at Skeppsholmen in Stockholm.

Gingerbread House exhibitions have been hold in winters at this Museum since 1990, so it's already a tradition.

This year's (2012) themes are "pride and prejudice", "gazebos", and "metropolises". Everyone can participate in one of the three competition classes: Architects and Professional Bakers, Kids 12years and under, and Everybody Else Bakes.

A winner from each category will be elected by a Jury and also a favorite that visitors have voted.

The Gingerbread Houses exhibition is on November 30th until January 8th, 2012 - 2013

The Swedish Museum of Architecture has a permanent exhibition where Swedish architecture is debated and discussed.

Entrance fee 60 SEK
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HelenP says:
Ilse. A really quirky, and really fun exhibition.. I have never seen anything quite like some of the exhibits. The time and patience that went into these have been enormous.
Posted on: Dec 18, 2012
rsvpme says:
What a delightful idea..concept !
Posted on: Dec 18, 2012
Paulovic says:
With the pictures added it I have a better image about it! This looks really fun!!
Posted on: Dec 18, 2012
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