Startpage, Lidingö stad


Elfviks Manor

Lidingö has a great cultural heritage. Grave fields from the Iron Ageandrunic inscriptions from the Viking Age show that the isl andhas been inhabited for many centuries.

In 1803, the first bridge to the mainl andwas completed,andthe isl andsuccessively developed from an agricultural community supplying milkandfish to Stock-holm into a modern residential area.

Modern Lidingö came to be with the establishment of the bridge connecting RopstenandTorsvik in 1925.

Page updated: 2012-01-10
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Culture and Recreation Department
Tel: 08-731 30 00
E-mail: kultur.fritid

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