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Stockholm City Hall, Stockholm

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The site of the annual Nobel Prize banquet, Stockholm City Hall provides a good example of national Romanticism in Swedish architecture. This building has become one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city, and its shape is recognized as a symbol of the metropolis. Before entering the historical building, designed and built of brick by architect Ragnar Östberg, notice the national coat of arms made up of three crowns on the tower. Take a guided tour of the seat of the city's government and see its grand ceremonial halls and artwork displays. Look in the Blue Hall for the largest organ in the country, featuring more than 10,000 pipes. Climb to the top of the iconic tower to take in the views of Stockholm. Use our Stockholm travel itinerary planner to visit Stockholm City Hall on your trip to Stockholm, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • You can not visit Stockholm and not visit the Town Hall, which is hosting the ceremony of the Nobel. Nice site. Visits are guided. It cannot be visited for free, as a place of work. In February-March not there are visits guided in Castilian, although to the Guide are you understands very well the English. Know if in summer them there. But, if any, will be at a specific time, so you have to find out in advance in winter not you can climb to the tower. It is closed
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  • By painter's wide on Kungsholmen and absolutely in the middle of stockholm lies this stunning edifice stadshuset. Were built almost 100 years ago, a large square building in red brick. Great courtyard and a dramatic 106 meter high tower which at the top has 3 gilded crowns. Stadshuset is used for large official events, among other things. Distribution of Nobelsprisen. You can take part in guided tours and otherwise even visit City Hall which is so beautiful. Out against the water is a small garden and some beautiful sculptures. A very striking building as one can take good photos of Riddarholmen from on the other side of the water. Highly recommended to visit.
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  • Decided to take the tour of this very interesting building whilst visiting Stockholm. It's actually not quite as old as it looks, but is just built in a style which appears that way. The architect int...  more »