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Riddarhuset, Stockholm

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  • In old stans vestra part on the way over to Riddarholmen you will find enough Stockholm's finest House the House of nobility. The House of nobility has been and is the Swedish noble House owned jointly and symbol of Sweden's age of domination. The House is open for tours and concerts are also held here. In one of the halls can be found over 2000 coats of arms repræsentende the various nobility. Was built from 1641 to 1674 the House of nobility is open to visitors who want to go around and see the Palace on weekdays 11-12 and to 60.00 sek entrance fee for adults. Have only seen the building from the outside as it was closed on Saturday, but will definitely come back and watch it from inside the next time in Stockholm.
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  • This was one of my favourite buildings in Stockholm, despite its location at a fairly busy intersection. It was very late afternoon when I visited in Jan and so it didn't seem possible to actually go ...  more »
  • You should have seen this old Ritterhaus. Only the Knight's Hall with its 2000 coat of arms of the noble houses of Sweden is very impressive. A wonderful building.
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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!