It looks just like one of those mini wheels where you have candles under making the angels spin around.
This smaller street crossing one of the main streets is decorated with colorful stars and tiny lights making up stardust I guess.
I think it looks really pretty with all the lights and different Christmas decorations. As it is so dark as I have said that all kinds of light is welcome.
Vasagatan as you see has lots of pretty decorations. There sure is Christmas spirit here. Just as you reach Norra Bantorget is this tree where they have hung a bunch of cute Christmas goats. The Christmas goat is one of those Scandinavian Christmas symbols that has it's origins and dates back to the pre-christian days. This is the Yule Goat. It was believed it was an invisible creature that would appear and make sure that the Christmas preparations were done right. During the 19th century it's role shiftet to become the giver of Christmas gifts. Men of the family would dress up to the Yule Goat and hand out gifts to the other family members. The Yule Goat would later to be replaced by Santa. Still the Yule Goat is a common ornament in Scandinavia.