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In his comment about the small blue house Per Stromsjo remarked on how we appreciate the diversity in this kind of architectural mix from days gone by.
Here we see that mix, together with our coach driver who is very worried that the bus is over-heating.
The street is called Fjällgatan and overlooks the city and all the inner islands. I suspect the majority of tourists and possibly locals alike, while admiring the distant view, overlook the interesting architecture of the street itself.
I would be surprised if Per and Peter don't know where these roofs are. I'm not asking where this is though.
What I'd like to know is what is the mast on the left-hand roof? Is it a television aerial, a radio antenna broadcasting messages, a mobile phone signal relay or something else?
Further, what is that contraption attached to the skylight of the house on the right? Could it be a digitial TV receiver, a security camera or what?
When you've satisfied my curiosity, I'll show you what lies between the two houses.
Another "sister municipality" of Sollentuna is Oppegård near Oslo. The distinctly non-charming building behind the trees in this photo is the political center of Sollentuna, home of the Municipal Council.
Sollentuna centrum (map) 25 August 2008