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Riddarfjärden (Swedish: [²rɪdːarˌfjæːɖɛn], "The Knight Firth") is the easternmost bay of Lake Mälaren in central Stockholm. Stockholm was founded in 1252 on an island in the stream where Lake Mälaren (from the west) drains into the Baltic Sea (to the east); today the island is called Stadsholmen and constitutes Stockholm's Old Town.
- Västerbron bridge
- Kungsholmen Island
- Stockholm City Hall, a red brick building with a bell tower, where the Nobel Prize dinner is served
- The tower of Klara Kyrka on Norrmalm, with its green copper roof
- five white sky scrapers between Sergels torg and Hötorget
- construction cranes
- iron tower of Riddarholmen Church on Riddarholmen Island
- yellow tower of Storkyrkan on Stadsholmen, in front of the flat roof of the Stockholm Palace
- narrow tower of Tyska Kyrkan on Stadsholmen
- distant radio and TV tower Kaknästornet
Riddarfjärden throughout the year.