Stock Photo: The Red Row houses, Skansen open-air museum, Djurgarden, Stockholm, Sweden, Scandinavia. The Red Row was put up in the 1810's by John Burgman a wealthy merchant.

Stock Photo - The Red Row houses, Skansen open-air museum, Djurgarden, Stockholm, Sweden, Scandinavia ... . The Red Row was put up in the 1810's by John Burgman a wealthy merchant, as living quarters for his domestic servants and gardeners. At that time the land Skansen is now built on was a rugged wilderness overgrown with coniferous forest. After Skansen opened in 1891 the buildings were lodgings for girls who worked in the museum.

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