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Riddarhuset, Stockholm
(3.8/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • I went to the Royal Palace, to photograph a beautiful church at the Knight island. This building with a small courtyard behind the fence with obelisks turned on his right hand, before the bridge, which leads to Riddarholmen. That's so weird, the House of Knights is not really the Knight island and on nearby. Although generally this noble Assembly, where Swedish know still arranges receptions, and "the House of Knights" is simply a literal translation of the title. Unfortunately, I was unable to get inside. The House is open to the public just one hour a day! Disastrously low. Here you can go on weekdays from 11 to 12:00. Had to confine itself to external inspection: building a very beautiful sculptures on the roof. Near monument of King Gustav Adolf Vaasa.
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  • I strongly recommend booking a guided tour at Riddarhuset. The guide, Oscar Langenskiöld, was not only impressively knowledgeable, he also demonstrated a great ability to impart his knowledge in an en...  more »
  • Also known as the House of Lords, this beautiful building is close to the Royal Palace in the old town and the Riddarholm church, to know a little about the Swedish nobility.
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  • Worth a quick visit of you're in the area. The garden area is open to the public and can be a nice place to relax.
  • Construction of this stunning baroque building named Riddarhuset began in 1641, I would have liked to spend a bit more time photographing this beautiful l building if it were not for the rain.
  • Impressive building which you have to visit. It's something you should visit when going to Stockholm
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  • Very cute small villa!