Then the king and queen walk along this elevated corridor (with the "Golden Hall" behind them....
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The King and Queen then make their "Grand Appearance", coming dow the beautiful staircase into the Blue Hall to greet the honoured guests......
Nice big building with interesting statues on the building. Didn't go up the tower but I think it would give you a nice view of stockholm
This 1907 building's tower is visble throughout Stockholm and at its base is the grave of the founder of Stockholm, Birger Jarl.
This is the symbol of Stockholm whit its tower (105 m.) and the three crowns. The view from up there is magnificent !
Beautiful views of the city and sea, famous for being the place where the Nobel prizes are awarded. During the summer it's also like the local beach, full of activities. A fun fun place.
Go see the tomb of Stockholms founder Birger Jarl.
Of course you should, and it is easy to get there too, it is on the east side of the City council house.
There is a great panoramic view point from the 106m tower but it is only open during the summer (may-sep). It's also possible to have guided tours around the main building.
though this doesn't sound that great, I was talked into this tour by a friend and was very impressed.The murals are remarkable as well as the rooms themselves
The lovely green yard next to the town hall (Stadshuset)! You get a nice view on Gamla Stan from here! Don't forget to wear your Wellies after a rainy day here!!
The building was designed by Ragnar Östberg and stod finished in 1923. City Hall is possibly Stockholm's best known edifice. It is considered an architectural masterpiece.
When your up in the tower on City hall you can look at copper-plates which are ingraved with what you have a view over.
Make a visit to City hall, here you can take a tour and go up in the tower and have a good view over the city.
it is in this building the Nobel-prize is handed out by the Swedish king.
If you've ever seen the Nobel Price dinner, you've seen the inside of Stadshuset and the blue room. One of Stockholms most visited sights.
The Nobel prize giving ceremony is held here every year. This lovely building is situated by the water. You can climb the tower to get a great view from above