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Decoration in the metro station.

Hornstull is an area in western Södermalm, Stockholm. Hornstull is actually the name of where the streets Hornsgatan and Långholmsgatan intersect. Up to the early 19th century it was also a city toll ("tull" means "toll").

Hornstull also has a metro station, which opened on April 5, 1964.

Two of the subdivisions of Hornstull are Drakenberg, and Högalid, after which the neighborhood school (Högalidsskolan) and parish church are named.

A weekend market has been held regularly at Hornstull, under the name "Street". Many of the merchants at the market sell their own individual fashion designs and creations. Street includes a restaurant, coffee house and a night club.

Coordinates: 59°18′56″N 18°02′02″E / 59.31556°N 18.03389°E / 59.31556; 18.03389