On the quiet Stockholm side street of Eriksbergsgatan, located near an area of town otherwise known for its lively social scene—fine restaurants, upscale shopping, and Sweden's Royal Dramatic Theatre—is what seems like an endless row of early20th-century stone buildings. The first time I walked along this street, about two and a half years ago, I was headed to building number 10, where I knew I'd find First Church of Christ, Scientist—or as the sign that welcomed me in Swedish said, "Forsta Kristi Vetenskaparkyrkan.
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