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Facts About Stockholm City Hall
Stockholm City Hall was built between 1911 and 1923.
Stockholm City Hall is the municipal building in Stockholm in Sweden. It is on the island of Kungsholmen.
In 1907 the city council decided to build a new city hall at the former site of Eldkvarn
Stockholm City Hall is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet and is one of Stockholm’s major tourist attractions.
The city of Stockholm uses this building for the Municipal Council with 250 government offices for city administrative staff.
The City Hall was designed by architect Ragnar Östberg is built from eight million bricks.
The 106-meter tall tower has the three crowns, which is the Swedish national coat of arms, at its apex.
Nearly eight million dark red bricks from the Lina brick factory near Södertälje were used in its construction.