Neon signs have been a part of Sweden – and the capital city of Stockholm in particular – for nearly a century now. From the famous red NK department store sign to the Lipton tea sign that adorned Stockholm’s Stureplan from the 1950s-1970s, many of Sweden’s neon signs have become iconic in their own right, especially to those who lived in or spent any quality time in Stockholm during the 20th century.
Here are some of the signs featured in this category:
- Draken (“Dragon”) Cinema Sign (Stockholm)
For Swedish neon signs that are now housed in private collections or have gone on to “Neon Heaven”, be sure to check out the Defunct Swedish Neon Signs section.
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