The Katarina kyrka , with its large tower, stands at the top of a slope in the Södermalm district, and is a historic church dating back to 1695, but the current building was built in 1995. It features a neat pastel yellow exterior, and the interior is modern and chic. The octagonal tower with a clock is a landmark of Södermalm, where the latest stores and restaurants are located.
Södermalm is a trendy town popular among young people in Stockholm. It is a large island located just south of Gamla Stan. In the beautiful streets, there are many stores selling functional and smartly designed goods unique to Sweden, as well as attractive bars, cafes, and restaurants. There is also a viewing spot on a hilltop where you can see Gamla Stan floating on the lake, and the area is loved by locals and tourists alike.