An autumn capture of the Church of Sophia (Sofia kyrka) at Södermalm in Stockholm, Sweden.
The church was designed by architect Gustaf Hermansson in Rhenish Romanesque style. Construction began in 1902 at the highest point of Vita Bergen (the White Mountains), 46 meters above sea level. Four years later the church was opened. The church is named after King Oscar II's wife, Sophia of Nassau.