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Gamla Stan
Gamla Stan, Sweden

08-402 60 00

Välkommen till ett av Europas största och mest levande slott! Kungliga slottet i centrala Stockholm är H.M. Konungens officiella residens och väsentliga delar av monarkins representation äger rum här. Slottet är även en daglig arbetsplats för Kungaparet och för de ämbeten som ingår i Kungl. Hovstaterna. Med denna kombination av kunglig representationsbostad, arbetsplats och kulturhistorisk monument öppet för besökare året om är Kungliga slottet unikt bland Europas kungliga residens. Slottet är byggt i barockstil av arkitekt Nicodemus Tessin den yngre och till formen gestaltat som ett romerskt palats. Slottet har mer än 600 rum fördelade på sju våningar med paradrummen utåt staden och de mindre bostadsrummen mot den inre borggården. Slottet rymmer många sevärdheter. Förutom Representationsvåningarna finns tre museer med kunglig historia – Skattkammaren med riksregalierna, Museum Tre Kronor som skildrar slottets medeltida historia och Gustav III:s antikmuseum med skulpturer från antiken.

Historical Place Near Kungliga Slottet

Vasamuseet / The Vasa Museum
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Galärvarvsvägen 14
Stockholm, Sweden 115 21

+46 8 519 548 00

Detta är Vasamuseets officiella sida på Facebook. Vasamuseet ingår tillsammans med Sjöhistoriska och Marinmuseum i myndigheten Statens maritima museer. Vasamuseets uppdrag är att visa upp skeppet Vasa. Vi använder Facebook för att sprida kunskap om Vasa och för att enkelt kunna föra en dialog med våra besökare. På Vasamuseets Facebook-sida hittar du bland annat: - Aktuell information från museet - Nyheter - Tips Vi finns även på Twitter, Instagram och YouTube. Vem kan läsa och göra inlägg? De inlägg som görs på Vasamuseets Facebook-sida kan läsas av alla, men för att göra ett inlägg behövs ett Facebook-konto. Mejla gärna för enskilt ärende Inlägg och kommentarer som görs på denna Facebook-sida kan bli allmänna handlingar och diarieföras om de bedöms som ett enskilt ärende. Vill du kontakta oss i ett enskilt ärende, maila gärna [email protected] När tar vi bort information? Vasamuseet förbehåller sig rätten att ta bort kommentarer och inlägg på Facebook-sidan. Det kan vara inlägg som är stötande, rasistiska, kränkande eller på andra sätt olämpliga. Detta gäller även för inlägg med reklam. Vi kommer inte att informera om att kommenterar eller inlägg tagits bort eller förts över till diariet.

Stockholm City Hall
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Hantverkargatan 1
Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm City Hall is the building of the Municipal Council for the City of Stockholm in Sweden. It stands on the eastern tip of Kungsholmen island, next to Riddarfjärden's northern shore and facing the islands of Riddarholmen and Södermalm. It houses offices and conference rooms as well as ceremonial halls, and the luxury restaurant Stadshuskällaren. It is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet and is one of Stockholm's major tourist attractions.Site and constructionIn 1907 the city council decided to build a new city hall at the former site of Eldkvarn. An architectural contest was held which in the first stage resulted in the selection of drafts by Ragnar Östberg, Carl Westman, Ivar Tengbom jointly with Ernst Torulf, and Carl Bergsten. After a further competition between Westman and Östberg the latter was assigned to the construction of the City Hall, while the former was asked to construct Stockholm Court House. Östberg modified his original draft using elements of Westman's project, including the tower. During the construction period, Östberg constantly reworked his plans, resulting in the addition of the lantern on top of the tower, and the abandonment of the blue glazed tiles for the Blue Hall.

The Royal Palace Stockholm
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Kungliga Slottet
Gamla Stan, Sweden

Aifur Krog & Bar
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Västerlånggatan 68b
Stockholm, Sweden 111 29

08-201055

Mycket välkomna till Aifur Krog & Bar. Aifur Krog & Bar är döpt efter det legendariska vikingaskeppet Aifur och är resultatet av 15 års samlande av kunskap och forskning om livet, maten och kulturen från åren 700-1100, toppat med duktig och kunnig personal i en fantastisk lokal i Gamla Stan. Vi i personalen klär helst inte ut oss men Ni som gäst är självklart välkommen i moderna kläder. Mycket välkomna till Västerlånggatan 68b. Martin Erikson Clara Ericsson Tomas Holmqvist Dennis Sörenssen Göran Hallmarken och medarbetare.

Stockholm Palace
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Kungliga Slottet
Stockholm, Sweden 111 30

Stockholm Palace or The Royal Palace is the official residence and major royal palace of the Swedish monarch . Stockholm Palace is located on Stadsholmen, in Gamla stan in the capital, Stockholm. It neighbours the Riksdag building.The offices of the King, the other members of the Swedish Royal Family, and the offices of the Royal Court of Sweden are located here. The palace is used for representative purposes by the King whilst performing his duties as the head of state.This royal residence has been in the same location by Norrström in the northern part of the Gamla stan in Stockholm since the middle of the 13th century when the Tre Kronor Castle was built. In modern times the name relates to the building called Kungliga Slottet. The palace was designed by Nicodemus Tessin the Younger and erected on the same place as the medieval Tre Kronor Castle which was destroyed in a fire on 7May 1697. Due to the costly Great Northern War which started in 1700, construction of the palace was halted in 1709, and not recommenced until 1727— six years after the war. When Tessin the Younger died in 1728, the palace was completed by Carl Hårleman who also designed a large part of its Rococo interior. The palace was not ready to use until 1754, when King Adolf Frederick and Queen Louisa Ulrika moved in, but some interior work proceeded until the 1770s. No major conversions have been done in the palace since its completion, only some adjustments, new interiors, modernization and redecorating for different regents and their families, coloration of the facades and addition of the palace museums.

Stockholm City Hall
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Ragnar Östbergs plan 1
Kungsholmen, Sweden 112 20

08-50829000

Hallwylska Palatset
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Hamngatan 4
Stockholm, Sweden 111 47

08-402 30 99

Medeltidsmuseet
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Strömparterren 1, Norrbro
Stockholm, Sweden 103 18

+46 8 508 31 620

Här lär du känna det medeltida Stockholm och medeltidsmänniskans vardag och försörjning, fest, lycka och sorg. Museet är uppbyggt kring fornlämningar som hittades av en slump. I slutet av 1970-talet behövde det gamla Riksdagshuset kompletteras med ett garage. Inför bygget gjordes arkeologiska undersökningar på Helgeandsholmen 1978-80. De blev mycket omfattande och fantastiska fynd gjordes. Tre av de största var delar av den medeltida stadsmuren, en kyrkogård som tillhört det medeltida Helgeandshuset och en "hemlig” gång till Slottet. Dessa blev fasta fornlämningar kring vilka Medeltidsmuseet byggdes upp.

Riddarhuset
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Riddarhustorget 10
Gamla Stan, Sweden 111 28

Vasa Museum
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Galärvarvsvägen 14
Stockholm, Sweden 115 21

+46-8-519 548 00

The Vasa Museum is a maritime museum in Stockholm, Sweden. Located on the island of Djurgården, the museum displays the only almost fully intact 17th century ship that has ever been salvaged, the 64-gun warship Vasa that sank on her maiden voyage in 1628. The Vasa Museum opened in 1990 and, according to the official web site, is the most visited museum in Scandinavia. Together with other museums such as Stockholm Maritime Museum, the museum belongs to the Swedish National Maritime Museums .HistoryFrom the end of 1961 to 1988, Vasa was housed in a temporary structure called Wasavarvet where she was treated with polyethylene glycol. Visitors could only view the ship from two levels and the maximum distance was only 5 m . In 1981, the Swedish government decided that a permanent Vasa museum was to be constructed and an architects' competition for the design of the museum building was organized. A total of 384 architects sent in models of their ideas for the most suitable building to house the Vasa and the final winners were Marianne Dahlbäck and Göran Månsson with Ask . The construction of the new building began on and around the dry dock of the old naval yard with an inauguration ceremony hosted by Prince Bertil on 2 November 1987. Vasa was towed into the flooded dry dock under the new building in December 1988 and during the summer of 1989, when visitors were allowed onto the construction site, 228 000 people visited the half-finished museum. The museum was officially opened on 15 June 1990. So far Vasa has been seen by over 25 million people. In 2008 the museum had a total of 1,143,404 visitors.

Hovstallet
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Väpnargatan 1
Stockholm, Sweden 114 51

Hovstallet har en månghundraårig historia alltsedan Gustav Vasa 1535 lät bygga ett stall för de kungliga hästarna. Då som nu var huvuduppgiften att tillgodose Konungens behov av transporter till vardags och till fest. Ädla hästar och praktfullt rustade ekipage har alltid spritt glans över konungen och kungamakten.

Storkyrkan
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Stortorget 1
Gamla Stan, Sweden 111 28

Sankt Nikolai kyrka, most commonly known as Storkyrkan and Stockholms domkyrka, is the oldest church in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. It is an important example of Swedish Brick Gothic. Situated next to the Royal Palace, it forms the western end of Slottsbacken, the major approach to the Royal Palace, while the streets Storkyrkobrinken, Högvaktsterrassen, and Trångsund passes north and west of it respectively. South of the church is the Stockholm Stock Exchange Building facing Stortorget and containing the Swedish Academy, Nobel Library, and Nobel Museum.

Riksidrottsmuseet
Distance: 1.7 mi Tourist Information
Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 26
Stockholm, Sweden 11527

08 - 699 60 10

Katarina Elevator
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Statsgården 1
Tukholma, Sweden 118 20

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The Katarina Elevator or Katarina Lift is a passenger elevator in Stockholm that connects Slussen to the heights of Södermalm. The lift was a shortcut between Katarinavägen, Slussen and Mosebacke torg. The original lift was constructed in 1881, but the current structure dates from the rebuilding of the Slussen transport interchange in 1936. The lift has been closed since 2010 due to lack of security in the construction. There are plans to renovate the elevator's structure so that it can resume operation in 2019.The old liftIn 1881 the engineer Knut Lindmark, was permitted to build a lift and a bridge between Stadsgården and Mosebacke Torg (Mosebacke square), to make it easier for people to move between the different heights of Södermalm. The lift was opened March the 19th 1883. During the first month approximately 1,500 passengers rode the lift daily. The price was 5 öre for going up and 3 öre for going down on the lift at that time.The lift and bridge was constructed by the Belgian firm Lecoq & Comp, using a mechanism sourced from the American firm Weeks & Halsey. The original steam engine was replaced in 1915 with an electric engine.The elevator is shown in a scene from the movie The Prize starring Paul Newman.

Värdshuset Koppartälten
Distance: 3.0 mi Tourist Information
Hagaparken
Solna, Sweden 169 70

08-277002

Vi driver vår restaurang med personlighet och värme, kom till oss för lunch, konferens, fester och en promenad med kaffe i caféet.

Skogskyrkogården
Distance: 3.4 mi Tourist Information
Kapellslingan
Enskede, Sweden 122 33

Rosendals Slott
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Rosendalsvägen
Stockholm, Sweden 115 21

086606601

Rosendal var ett lustslott att dra sig tillbaka till och njuta av sommaren på Djurgården. Slottet har aldrig i modern bemärkelse varit en bostad utan var enbart tänkt att vara en stimulerande tillflyktsort undan det mer formella hovlivet på Kungliga slottet. En av tidens mer betydande arkitekter Fredrik Blom fick kungligt uppdrag att rita och uppföra slottsbyggnaden. Byggnaden tillverkades som ett monteringsfärdigt hus. Till stor del står slottet än i dag som det gjorde under Karl Johans tid, vilket gör Rosendal till ett unikt dokument över den svenska empirstilen, så kallad Karl Johans-stil.

Josef Franks Plats
Distance: 1.7 mi Tourist Information
Rindögatan 27
Östermalm, Sweden 115 58

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Landmark Near Kungliga Slottet

The Royal Palace Stockholm
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Kungliga Slottet
Gamla Stan, Sweden

Sveriges riksdag
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Riksgatan 1
Stockholm, Sweden 111 28

08-786 40 00

Sergels torg
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Sergels Torg
Tukholma, Sweden 111 57

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Sergels torg is the most central public square in Stockholm, Sweden, named after 18th-century sculptor Johan Tobias Sergel, whose workshop was once located north of the square.OverviewSergels torg has a dominant west-to-east axis and is divided into three distinct parts: A sunken pedestrian plaza furnished with a triangular pattern and a wide flight of stairs leading up to the pedestrian street Drottninggatan, connecting south to Stockholm Old Town and north to Kungsgatan. This plaza is partly overbuilt by a roundabout centered on a glass obelisk and by the concrete decks of three major streets. North of this traffic junction is a considerably smaller open space overlooked by the high-rise façade of the fifth Hötorget Building from where the avenue Sveavägen extends north. The site south of the square is taken up by the cultural centre Kulturhuset, which also harbours the Stockholm City Theatre and hides the Bank of Sweden headquarters facing the square Brunkebergstorg behind. Klarabergsgatan leads west past the department store Åhléns City and Klara Church to Klarabergsviadukten and Kungsholmen. Hamngatan leads east under Malmskillnadsgatan to Kungsträdgården, Norrmalmstorg, and Strandvägen. Together with the underground mall east of the pedestrian plaza and the T-Centralen metro station and other continuous underpasses west thereof, Sergels torg forms part of a continuous underground structure almost a kilometre in length.

Sergels torg
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Sergels Torg
Tukholma, Sweden 111 57

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Sergels torg is the most central public square in Stockholm, Sweden, named after 18th-century sculptor Johan Tobias Sergel, whose workshop was once located north of the square.OverviewSergels torg has a dominant west-to-east axis and is divided into three distinct parts: A sunken pedestrian plaza furnished with a triangular pattern and a wide flight of stairs leading up to the pedestrian street Drottninggatan, connecting south to Stockholm Old Town and north to Kungsgatan. This plaza is partly overbuilt by a roundabout centered on a glass obelisk and by the concrete decks of three major streets. North of this traffic junction is a considerably smaller open space overlooked by the high-rise façade of the fifth Hötorget Building from where the avenue Sveavägen extends north. The site south of the square is taken up by the cultural centre Kulturhuset, which also harbours the Stockholm City Theatre and hides the Bank of Sweden headquarters facing the square Brunkebergstorg behind. Klarabergsgatan leads west past the department store Åhléns City and Klara Church to Klarabergsviadukten and Kungsholmen. Hamngatan leads east under Malmskillnadsgatan to Kungsträdgården, Norrmalmstorg, and Strandvägen. Together with the underground mall east of the pedestrian plaza and the T-Centralen metro station and other continuous underpasses west thereof, Sergels torg forms part of a continuous underground structure almost a kilometre in length.

Stortorget
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Stortorget
Stockholm, Sweden 111 29

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Stortorget is a small public square in Gamla Stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. It is the oldest square in Stockholm, the historical centre on which the medieval urban conglomeration gradually came into being. Today, the square is frequented by tens of thousands of tourists annually, and is occasionally the scene for demonstrations and performances. It is traditionally renowned for its annual Christmas market offering traditional handicrafts and food.

The House of Culture
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Sergels Torg
Tukholma, Sweden 111 57

08-21 10 35

The House of Culture is a cultural centre to the south of Sergels torg in central Stockholm, Sweden. Opened in 1974 the House of Culture is today a symbol for Stockholm and the growth of modernism in Sweden.OverviewThe House of Culture hosts many initiatives every year, with dozens of contemporary cultural events, including photo exhibitions, stories for kids, concerts, literary discussions, films, debates. It functions during daytime and nighttime.The Stockholm City Theatre has since 1990 been placed in the building.It was the temporary seat of the Riksdag until 1983, while the Riksdag building was remodelled for a unicameral legislature.The House of Culture was one of the main inspirations for Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.

Stockholm Palace
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Kungliga Slottet
Stockholm, Sweden 111 30

Stockholm Palace or The Royal Palace is the official residence and major royal palace of the Swedish monarch . Stockholm Palace is located on Stadsholmen, in Gamla stan in the capital, Stockholm. It neighbours the Riksdag building.The offices of the King, the other members of the Swedish Royal Family, and the offices of the Royal Court of Sweden are located here. The palace is used for representative purposes by the King whilst performing his duties as the head of state.This royal residence has been in the same location by Norrström in the northern part of the Gamla stan in Stockholm since the middle of the 13th century when the Tre Kronor Castle was built. In modern times the name relates to the building called Kungliga Slottet. The palace was designed by Nicodemus Tessin the Younger and erected on the same place as the medieval Tre Kronor Castle which was destroyed in a fire on 7May 1697. Due to the costly Great Northern War which started in 1700, construction of the palace was halted in 1709, and not recommenced until 1727— six years after the war. When Tessin the Younger died in 1728, the palace was completed by Carl Hårleman who also designed a large part of its Rococo interior. The palace was not ready to use until 1754, when King Adolf Frederick and Queen Louisa Ulrika moved in, but some interior work proceeded until the 1770s. No major conversions have been done in the palace since its completion, only some adjustments, new interiors, modernization and redecorating for different regents and their families, coloration of the facades and addition of the palace museums.

Nordiska Kompaniet
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Hamngatan 18-20
Stockholm, Sweden 111 47

0704859740

Nordiska Kompaniet is the name of two department stores located in Stockholm and Gothenburg, in Sweden.The store in Stockholm receives some twelve million visitors annually, with the figure for the store in Gothenburg being about three million and the total number of staff around 1,200. The trademark and the real estate properties in Gothenburg and Stockholm are owned by Hufvudstaden AB, controlled by L E Lundbergföretagen publ .Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs Anna Lindh was stabbed in the NK Stockholm store on September 10, 2003. She died the next day after undergoing various unsuccessful operations.HistoryThe company was founded in Stockholm 1902 through the merger of the two companies K.M. Lundberg and Joseph Leja. The men responsible for the merger were Karl Ludvig Lundberg and Josef Sachs (1872–1949), who wanted to establish a department store that would offer the same level of service as the stores in Paris or London.On September 21, 1915 the building designed and built especially for the department store was inaugurated on Hamngatan, over the street from the Kungsträdgården park in Stockholm. Ferdinand Boberg, Sweden's leading Art Nouveau architect, designed the building. He was influenced by American department stores, giving the structure an internal load-bearing steel structure and an external facade of granite. Ivar Kreuger's company Kreuger & Toll was responsible for the actual construction of the building.

Nordiska Kompaniet
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Hamngatan 18-20
Stockholm, Sweden 111 47

0704859740

Nordiska Kompaniet is the name of two department stores located in Stockholm and Gothenburg, in Sweden.The store in Stockholm receives some twelve million visitors annually, with the figure for the store in Gothenburg being about three million and the total number of staff around 1,200. The trademark and the real estate properties in Gothenburg and Stockholm are owned by Hufvudstaden AB, controlled by L E Lundbergföretagen publ .Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs Anna Lindh was stabbed in the NK Stockholm store on September 10, 2003. She died the next day after undergoing various unsuccessful operations.HistoryThe company was founded in Stockholm 1902 through the merger of the two companies K.M. Lundberg and Joseph Leja. The men responsible for the merger were Karl Ludvig Lundberg and Josef Sachs (1872–1949), who wanted to establish a department store that would offer the same level of service as the stores in Paris or London.On September 21, 1915 the building designed and built especially for the department store was inaugurated on Hamngatan, over the street from the Kungsträdgården park in Stockholm. Ferdinand Boberg, Sweden's leading Art Nouveau architect, designed the building. He was influenced by American department stores, giving the structure an internal load-bearing steel structure and an external facade of granite. Ivar Kreuger's company Kreuger & Toll was responsible for the actual construction of the building.

Parliament House, Stockholm
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Riksgatan 3
Stockholm, Sweden 100 12

Riksdagshuset, das Reichstagsgebäude in Stockholm ist der Sitz des schwedischen Reichstages. Das Gebäude liegt auf der Insel Helgeandsholmen und wurde zwischen 1897 und 1905 erbaut.Das GebäudeFür den Neubau des Reichstagsgebäudes wählte man 1888 die Insel Helgeandsholmen, direkt nördlich des Stockholmer Stadtschlosses. Auf Helgeandsholmen befand sich eine Vielzahl kleinerer, recht heruntergekommener Bauten, nun sollte hier Ordnung geschaffen werden. Die Vorgabe war ein pompöses, monumentales Gebäude zu schaffen, was auf dem engen Grundstück, umgeben von Wasser, schwierig werden sollte. Der Architekt Aron Johansson bekam den Auftrag, das neue Gebäude zu entwerfen, obwohl er nicht den vorangegangenen Architekturwettbewerb gewonnen hatte. Der Bau sollte auch die Räumlichkeiten für die Schwedische Reichsbank beherbergen. Ein Vorentwurf von 1894 sah eine Kuppel vor, die wurde jedoch nicht verwirklicht. Es wurden 37.000 Kubikmeter Erdreich abgetragen und über 9.000 Eichenpfähle zur Grundverstärkung geschlagen. Am 13. Mai 1897 legte Oscar II. den Grundstein und am 12. Januar 1905, nach knapp achtjähriger Bauzeit, wurde das Reichstagsgebäude eingeweiht, ein Jahr später auch der Reichsbank-Teil.Schon bald wurde Kritik laut, da der Bau im Stile des Neubarock nicht dem neuen Architekturideal des beginnenden 20. Jahrhunderts entsprach und viel zu gewaltig geraten war. Dazu war es zu Versorgungsengpässen für Baumaterial und Handwerker gekommen, da gleichzeitig auch das Stockholmer Opernhaus und der mondäne Strandvägen gebaut wurden, das trieb die Kosten nach oben und als das Werk vollendet war, hatten sich die Ausgaben nahezu verdoppelt. Kaum ein Bauwerk in Stockholm ist so leidenschaftlich diskutiert worden wie das Reichstagsgebäude.

Parliament House, Stockholm
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Riksgatan 3
Stockholm, Sweden 100 12

Riksdagshuset, das Reichstagsgebäude in Stockholm ist der Sitz des schwedischen Reichstages. Das Gebäude liegt auf der Insel Helgeandsholmen und wurde zwischen 1897 und 1905 erbaut.Das GebäudeFür den Neubau des Reichstagsgebäudes wählte man 1888 die Insel Helgeandsholmen, direkt nördlich des Stockholmer Stadtschlosses. Auf Helgeandsholmen befand sich eine Vielzahl kleinerer, recht heruntergekommener Bauten, nun sollte hier Ordnung geschaffen werden. Die Vorgabe war ein pompöses, monumentales Gebäude zu schaffen, was auf dem engen Grundstück, umgeben von Wasser, schwierig werden sollte. Der Architekt Aron Johansson bekam den Auftrag, das neue Gebäude zu entwerfen, obwohl er nicht den vorangegangenen Architekturwettbewerb gewonnen hatte. Der Bau sollte auch die Räumlichkeiten für die Schwedische Reichsbank beherbergen. Ein Vorentwurf von 1894 sah eine Kuppel vor, die wurde jedoch nicht verwirklicht. Es wurden 37.000 Kubikmeter Erdreich abgetragen und über 9.000 Eichenpfähle zur Grundverstärkung geschlagen. Am 13. Mai 1897 legte Oscar II. den Grundstein und am 12. Januar 1905, nach knapp achtjähriger Bauzeit, wurde das Reichstagsgebäude eingeweiht, ein Jahr später auch der Reichsbank-Teil.Schon bald wurde Kritik laut, da der Bau im Stile des Neubarock nicht dem neuen Architekturideal des beginnenden 20. Jahrhunderts entsprach und viel zu gewaltig geraten war. Dazu war es zu Versorgungsengpässen für Baumaterial und Handwerker gekommen, da gleichzeitig auch das Stockholmer Opernhaus und der mondäne Strandvägen gebaut wurden, das trieb die Kosten nach oben und als das Werk vollendet war, hatten sich die Ausgaben nahezu verdoppelt. Kaum ein Bauwerk in Stockholm ist so leidenschaftlich diskutiert worden wie das Reichstagsgebäude.

Parliament House, Stockholm
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Riksgatan 3
Tukholma, Sweden 111 28

The Parliament House, is the seat of the parliament of Sweden, the Riksdag. It is located on nearly half of Helgeandsholmen, in the Gamla stan district of central Stockholm.ArchitectureThe building complex was designed by Aron Johansson in the Neoclassical style, with a centered Baroque Revival style facade section. Parliament House was constructed between 1897 and 1905.In 1889, a competition had been held to select a design for the new Parliament building, that Johansson won. Upon opening, it replaced the Old Riksdag Building (Gamla Riksdagshuset) on Riddarholmen (island).The two buildings of the complex were originally constructed to house the Riksdag in one, and the Sveriges Riksbank (Swedish National Bank) in the second, of a semicircular shape.Assembly Hall expansionAfter the bicameral Riksdag was replaced by a unicameral legislature in 1971, and the bank relocated, the building housing the bank was rebuilt to house the new Assembly Hall. During the construction, the Parliament moved into temporary premises in the newly erected Kulturhuset (House of Culture) south of Sergels Torg, also in central Stockholm.

Norrmalmstorg
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Norrmalmstorg
Stockholm, Sweden 111 46

Norrmalmstorg is a square in central Stockholm, Sweden. The square connects shopping streets Hamngatan and Biblioteksgatan and is the starting point for tram travellers with the Djurgården line. Close to the southwest is the park Kungsträdgården.In the Swedish edition of Monopoly, Norrmalmstorg is the most expensive lot.The square is famous for the 1973 Norrmalmstorg robbery, in which events gave name to the Stockholm syndrome.

Riddarholmskyrkan
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Riddarholmen
Stockholm, Sweden 111 28

Riddarholmskyrkan är uppförd i samband med det av konung Magnus Ladulås år 1270 grundade gråbrödraklostret. Kyrkan stod färdig omkring år 1300. I sitt nuvarande skick är kyrkan treskeppig men var ursprungligen tvåskeppig, det södra sidoskeppet byggdes först i mitten av 1400-talet. Kyrkans golv var ursprungligen belagt med kullersten men består i dag av gravhällar från skilda tider.

Riksdag
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Riksgatan 1
Stockholm, Sweden 10012

The Riksdag is the national legislature and the supreme decision-making body of Sweden. Since 1971, the Riksdag has been a unicameral legislature with 349 members, elected proportionally and serving, from 1994 onwards, on fixed four-year terms.The constitutional functions of the Riksdag are enumerated in the Instrument of Government, and its internal workings are specified in greater detail in the Riksdag Act .The seat of the Riksdag is at Parliament House, on the island of Helgeandsholmen in the central parts of Stockholm. The Riksdag has its institutional roots in the feudal Riksdag of the Estates, by tradition thought to have first assembled in Arboga in 1435, and in 1866 following reforms of the 1809 Instrument of Government that body was transformed into a bicameral legislature with an upper chamber and a lower chamber .The most recent general election was held on 14 September 2014.

Järntorget
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Västerlångg. 81
Stockholm, Sweden 111 29

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Järntorget is a small public square in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. Located in the southernmost corner of the old town, the square connects the thoroughfares Västerlånggatan and Österlånggatan, while the two alleys, Södra Bankogränd and Norra Bankogränd, stretches east to connect the square to Skeppsbron, and two other alleys, Järntorgsgatan and Triewaldsgränd, leads south to Slussplan and Kornhamnstorg respectively.The second oldest square in Stockholm, slightly younger than Stortorget, Järntorget dates back to around 1300 and remained the city's most important trade centre for centuries — constantly busy and crowded, scents and noise intermixing while goods were transported from shore to shore across the square and up and down the attics of the surrounding buildings.

Rosenbad
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Rosenbad 4
Stockholm, Sweden 10333

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Rosenbad is a building in central Stockholm, precinct of Norrmalm. It is a building owned by the Swedish State and serves as the seat of the Government.Rosenbad is located on Strömgatan on the north side of the river Norrström. It was designed by Art Nouveau architect Ferdinand Boberg, and completed in 1902. It originally housed a variety of functions, including a restaurant (until 1956) of the same name.Government buildingRosenbad now functions as the seat for Prime Minister's Office and the Government Offices . It is located close to the Sager House, the official residence of the Prime Minister. The Riksdag building and the Royal Palace are located across the waters of Stockholms ström.

Storkyrkan
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Stortorget 1
Gamla Stan, Sweden 111 28

Sankt Nikolai kyrka, most commonly known as Storkyrkan and Stockholms domkyrka, is the oldest church in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. It is an important example of Swedish Brick Gothic. Situated next to the Royal Palace, it forms the western end of Slottsbacken, the major approach to the Royal Palace, while the streets Storkyrkobrinken, Högvaktsterrassen, and Trångsund passes north and west of it respectively. South of the church is the Stockholm Stock Exchange Building facing Stortorget and containing the Swedish Academy, Nobel Library, and Nobel Museum.

Gustav Adolfs torg, Stockholm
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Gustav Adolfs Torg
Stockholm, Sweden 111 52

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Gustav Adolfs torg is a public square in central Stockholm, Sweden named after King Gustav II Adolf.The square is home to the Royal Opera, Arvfurstens palats and the Ministry of Defence. South of the square are the Riksdag Building on Helgeandsholmen and the Royal Palace in Gamla stan.In the middle of the square there is a statue of Gustav II Adolf, which was erected in 1796 by the French sculptor Pierre l'Archevêque.

Katarina Elevator
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Statsgården 1
Tukholma, Sweden 118 20

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The Katarina Elevator or Katarina Lift is a passenger elevator in Stockholm that connects Slussen to the heights of Södermalm. The lift was a shortcut between Katarinavägen, Slussen and Mosebacke torg. The original lift was constructed in 1881, but the current structure dates from the rebuilding of the Slussen transport interchange in 1936. The lift has been closed since 2010 due to lack of security in the construction. There are plans to renovate the elevator's structure so that it can resume operation in 2019.The old liftIn 1881 the engineer Knut Lindmark, was permitted to build a lift and a bridge between Stadsgården and Mosebacke Torg (Mosebacke square), to make it easier for people to move between the different heights of Södermalm. The lift was opened March the 19th 1883. During the first month approximately 1,500 passengers rode the lift daily. The price was 5 öre for going up and 3 öre for going down on the lift at that time.The lift and bridge was constructed by the Belgian firm Lecoq & Comp, using a mechanism sourced from the American firm Weeks & Halsey. The original steam engine was replaced in 1915 with an electric engine.The elevator is shown in a scene from the movie The Prize starring Paul Newman.

Tourist Attraction Near Kungliga Slottet

Gröna Lund
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9
Stockholm, Sweden 11521

010-708 91 00

Köp biljetter, kort och åkband på http://webbshop.gronalund.com/ Hurra! Du har hittat till Gröna Lunds officiella sida. Håll dig uppdaterad om nyheter, ställ dina frågor eller skrik ut din kärlek! GRÖNA LUND PÅ FACEBOOK: På denna Facebooksida kan du ta del av info om vad som händer bakom och framför kulisserna på Gröna Lund! Till exempel släpper vi alla nyheter (ex artistbokningar) här på Facebook innan vi berättar för övrig media. Vi tycker det är jätteroligt om du vill kommentera och posta inlägg, men tänk på att allt som skrivs blir publikt för besökare på Gröna Lund att läsa. Vi tillåter inte, och kommer radera inlägg, som är kränkande eller innebär hets mot folkgrupp, uppvigling, barnpornografi, våldsskildringar, inlägg som bryter mot PUL eller mot Facebooks allmänna villkor, spam eller upphovsrättsintrång. Vi tycker även att "gilla om du vill ha...." oftast klassas som spam också och vi tar därför ofta bort dessa. Självklart låter vi de vara kvar om de innehåller genomförbara förslag eller konstruktiva idéer eller tankar! Vi som jobbar med Grönans FB-sida jobbar främst kontorstider, ibland får du alltså vänta lite längre på ett svar, även om vi försöker ge dig så snabb återkoppling som möjligt.. Behöver du snabbt komma i kontakt med oss ber vi dig ringa 010-708 91 00 under våra vanliga öppettider. Rökningspolicy Gröna Lund är en nöjespark som besöks av många familjer med små och stora barn. Därför strävar vi efter att hålla parken så rökfri som möjligt, både under vanliga tivolidagar och konsertkvällar. För våra rökande gäster har vi upprättat rökzoner på tre ställen runt om i parken – bakom Dansbanan vid Sommarbaren, vid entrén till Pontonen på strandpromenaden och i parkområdet mellan Radiobilarna och Biergarten.

Vasamuseet / The Vasa Museum
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Galärvarvsvägen 14
Stockholm, Sweden 115 21

+46 8 519 548 00

Detta är Vasamuseets officiella sida på Facebook. Vasamuseet ingår tillsammans med Sjöhistoriska och Marinmuseum i myndigheten Statens maritima museer. Vasamuseets uppdrag är att visa upp skeppet Vasa. Vi använder Facebook för att sprida kunskap om Vasa och för att enkelt kunna föra en dialog med våra besökare. På Vasamuseets Facebook-sida hittar du bland annat: - Aktuell information från museet - Nyheter - Tips Vi finns även på Twitter, Instagram och YouTube. Vem kan läsa och göra inlägg? De inlägg som görs på Vasamuseets Facebook-sida kan läsas av alla, men för att göra ett inlägg behövs ett Facebook-konto. Mejla gärna för enskilt ärende Inlägg och kommentarer som görs på denna Facebook-sida kan bli allmänna handlingar och diarieföras om de bedöms som ett enskilt ärende. Vill du kontakta oss i ett enskilt ärende, maila gärna [email protected] När tar vi bort information? Vasamuseet förbehåller sig rätten att ta bort kommentarer och inlägg på Facebook-sidan. Det kan vara inlägg som är stötande, rasistiska, kränkande eller på andra sätt olämpliga. Detta gäller även för inlägg med reklam. Vi kommer inte att informera om att kommenterar eller inlägg tagits bort eller förts över till diariet.

Junibacken
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Galärvarvsvägen 8, Djurgården
Stockholm, Sweden 115 21

0858723000

Junibacken är ett barnkulturhus på Djurgården. Här kommer barnböcker till liv genom fängslande teaterföreställningar, spännande lekutställningar och ett unikt sagotåg. Vi har smaskiga pannkakor, goda bakverk från eget bageri och Sveriges mest välsorterade barnbokhandel! Välkommen till oss. Junibacken is a fairytale house on Djurgården in central Stockholm, where children's books come to life through theatre, playful exhibitions and a magical Story Train. We have yummy pancakes, pastries from our own bakery and Sweden's most well-stocked children's book store! Welcome!

Stockholm City Hall
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Hantverkargatan 1
Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm City Hall is the building of the Municipal Council for the City of Stockholm in Sweden. It stands on the eastern tip of Kungsholmen island, next to Riddarfjärden's northern shore and facing the islands of Riddarholmen and Södermalm. It houses offices and conference rooms as well as ceremonial halls, and the luxury restaurant Stadshuskällaren. It is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet and is one of Stockholm's major tourist attractions.Site and constructionIn 1907 the city council decided to build a new city hall at the former site of Eldkvarn. An architectural contest was held which in the first stage resulted in the selection of drafts by Ragnar Östberg, Carl Westman, Ivar Tengbom jointly with Ernst Torulf, and Carl Bergsten. After a further competition between Westman and Östberg the latter was assigned to the construction of the City Hall, while the former was asked to construct Stockholm Court House. Östberg modified his original draft using elements of Westman's project, including the tower. During the construction period, Östberg constantly reworked his plans, resulting in the addition of the lantern on top of the tower, and the abandonment of the blue glazed tiles for the Blue Hall.

The Royal Palace Stockholm
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Kungliga Slottet
Gamla Stan, Sweden

SkyView
Distance: 2.3 mi Tourist Information
Globentorget
Stockholm, Sweden 12127

+46771811000

Upplev Stockholm från ovan. SkyView tar dig upp på toppen av Ericsson Globe, 130 meter över havet. Sista turen med SkyView går 10 minuter innan stängning.

Absolute Ice Bar
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Vasaplan 4
Stockholm, Sweden 111 20

+46-8 50 56 35 20

Karlbergs Slott
Distance: 2.0 mi Tourist Information
Karlbergs Slottsväg 12
Solna, Sweden 171 73

08-55342500

Karlbergs slott ligger vid Karlbergssjön i Solna, gränsande till Stockholm norr om Kungsholmens västra del, söder om Tomteboda och väster om Vasastaden. I slottet inryms i dag Militärhögskolan Karlberg. Karlbergs Krigsakademi för officerare är världens äldsta krigsakademi på samma plats och i samma byggnad.

Royal Palace of Sweden
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Riddarholmen
Stockholm, Sweden 11130

Strömkajen Waxholmsbåtarna
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Strömkajen
Stockholm, Sweden 168 44

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Stockholm Palace
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Kungliga Slottet
Stockholm, Sweden 111 30

Stockholm Palace or The Royal Palace is the official residence and major royal palace of the Swedish monarch . Stockholm Palace is located on Stadsholmen, in Gamla stan in the capital, Stockholm. It neighbours the Riksdag building.The offices of the King, the other members of the Swedish Royal Family, and the offices of the Royal Court of Sweden are located here. The palace is used for representative purposes by the King whilst performing his duties as the head of state.This royal residence has been in the same location by Norrström in the northern part of the Gamla stan in Stockholm since the middle of the 13th century when the Tre Kronor Castle was built. In modern times the name relates to the building called Kungliga Slottet. The palace was designed by Nicodemus Tessin the Younger and erected on the same place as the medieval Tre Kronor Castle which was destroyed in a fire on 7May 1697. Due to the costly Great Northern War which started in 1700, construction of the palace was halted in 1709, and not recommenced until 1727— six years after the war. When Tessin the Younger died in 1728, the palace was completed by Carl Hårleman who also designed a large part of its Rococo interior. The palace was not ready to use until 1754, when King Adolf Frederick and Queen Louisa Ulrika moved in, but some interior work proceeded until the 1770s. No major conversions have been done in the palace since its completion, only some adjustments, new interiors, modernization and redecorating for different regents and their families, coloration of the facades and addition of the palace museums.

Stockholm City Hall
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Ragnar Östbergs plan 1
Kungsholmen, Sweden 112 20

08-50829000

Monteliusvägen
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Monteliusvägen
Södermalm, Sweden

Sergels Torg
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Sergels Torg
Stockholm, Sweden 111 57

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Kungliga Myntkabinettet
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Slottsbacken 6
Stockholm, Sweden 11484

08-51955300

Stockholm, Gröna Lund
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9
Stockholm, Sweden 115 21

010-708 91 00

Grillska Huset
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Stortorget 3
Stockholm, Sweden 103 17

08-684 233 64

Storkyrkan
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Stortorget 1
Gamla Stan, Sweden 111 28

Sankt Nikolai kyrka, most commonly known as Storkyrkan and Stockholms domkyrka, is the oldest church in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. It is an important example of Swedish Brick Gothic. Situated next to the Royal Palace, it forms the western end of Slottsbacken, the major approach to the Royal Palace, while the streets Storkyrkobrinken, Högvaktsterrassen, and Trångsund passes north and west of it respectively. South of the church is the Stockholm Stock Exchange Building facing Stortorget and containing the Swedish Academy, Nobel Library, and Nobel Museum.

Gröna Lund
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9,, 115 21 Stockholm
Stockholm, Sweden

Gröna Lund is an amusement park in Stockholm, Sweden. It is on the seaward side of Djurgården Island. It is relatively small compared to other amusement parks, mainly because of its central location, which limits expansion. The 15 ac (6 ha) amusement park has over 30 attractions and is a popular venue for concerts in the summer. It was founded in 1883 by James Schultheiss.HistoryGröna Lund's roots are in the 1880s, making it Sweden's oldest amusement park. However the area has been used for similar purposes since the early 1700s. In 1883, a German by the name of Jacob Schultheiss rented the area to erect "carousels and other amusements". Until 2001, descendants of Schultheiss ran Gröna Lund. Before the amusement park came into being, Gröna Lund was the name of a small park.The park's location is quite unique in the sense that most of the buildings are old residential and commercial structures from the 19th century. The buildings were not built for the park; instead, the park was built around the buildings. The park has three different entertainment venues: Dansbanan (Lilla Scenen), Gröna Lundsteatern and Stora Scenen.Gröna Lund features most attractions common to amusement parks, such as a tunnel of love, a funhouse and seven roller coasters. Gröna Lund is also known for its rock and pop music concerts; the capacity record is held by Bob Marley, who attracted 32,000 people in 1980; it was his third performance at the venue, as he had having played in 1977 and 1978. The record is unbeatable since new regulations prevent such large audiences at Gröna Lund. American rapper Nas performed with almost 22,000 people in 2010.

Långholmen Prison
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Långholmsmuren 20
Stockholm, Sweden 117 33

+46 8 720 85 00

Långholmen Prison, officially Långholmen Central Prison, was historically one of the biggest prison facilities in Sweden with more than 500 cells, located on the island of Långholmen in Stockholm. It was built 1874—1880 as the central prison of Sweden, and was temporary closed down between 1972—1975. Afterwards, Långholmens spinnhus was moved. Today the building is being used as a hotel/hostel and museum, as well as to accommodate a folk high school. Part of the prison was demolished in 1982. The prison is also noted for being the location of the last execution in Sweden prior to the abolition of capital punishment in 1921.The island itself was originally rocky and barren, but in the 19th century, the prisoners were made to cover the island with mud dredged from the waterways around it. After a few years, the fertile soil had turned the island into a lush garden with a somewhat exotic flora compared to its surroundings, caused by various seeds accidentally brought and spread by the trade and merchant ships from other places and countries that passed by the island. This peculiarity still persists, and today the island is known as a lush oasis.Notable prisonersBarbro AlvingJohan Alfred AnderJan GuillouMohammed Beck HadjetlachéZeth HöglundTure Nerman

Local business Near Kungliga Slottet

The Royal Palace Stockholm
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Kungliga Slottet
Gamla Stan, Sweden

Storkyrkan Gamla Stan
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Trångsund 1 / Stortorget 1
Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm Palace
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Kungliga Slottet
Stockholm, Sweden 111 30

Stockholm Palace or The Royal Palace is the official residence and major royal palace of the Swedish monarch . Stockholm Palace is located on Stadsholmen, in Gamla stan in the capital, Stockholm. It neighbours the Riksdag building.The offices of the King, the other members of the Swedish Royal Family, and the offices of the Royal Court of Sweden are located here. The palace is used for representative purposes by the King whilst performing his duties as the head of state.This royal residence has been in the same location by Norrström in the northern part of the Gamla stan in Stockholm since the middle of the 13th century when the Tre Kronor Castle was built. In modern times the name relates to the building called Kungliga Slottet. The palace was designed by Nicodemus Tessin the Younger and erected on the same place as the medieval Tre Kronor Castle which was destroyed in a fire on 7May 1697. Due to the costly Great Northern War which started in 1700, construction of the palace was halted in 1709, and not recommenced until 1727— six years after the war. When Tessin the Younger died in 1728, the palace was completed by Carl Hårleman who also designed a large part of its Rococo interior. The palace was not ready to use until 1754, when King Adolf Frederick and Queen Louisa Ulrika moved in, but some interior work proceeded until the 1770s. No major conversions have been done in the palace since its completion, only some adjustments, new interiors, modernization and redecorating for different regents and their families, coloration of the facades and addition of the palace museums.

Högvakten, Stockholms Slott
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Kungliga Slottet
Stockholm, Sweden

Royal Palace of Sweden
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Riddarholmen
Stockholm, Sweden 11130

Stockholm Cathedral
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Trangsund 1
Stockholm, Sweden

Kaffegillet Gamla Stan
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Trangsund 4, Stockholm, Sweden
Stockholm, Sweden 111 29

(08) 213955

Afternoon Tea - Lady Hamilton Hotel
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Storkyrkobrinken 5
Stockholm, Sweden 11128

0850640104

Schweizer Konditori
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Vasterlanggatan 9
Stockholm, Sweden 111 28

Café Sten Sture
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Trångsund 10
Stockholm, Sweden 111 29

+468200650

Välkommna till ett 1300-tals valv som en gång var ett häkte. I cafeet finns det en del mysiga krypin, och i ett av dem satt Ankarström för mordet på kungen

Nobelmuseet
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Stortorget 2
Stockholm, Sweden 111 29

+46 (0)8 534 818 0

Why Not! Tattoo & Piercing
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
hässelby torg 8
Stockholm, Sweden 16555

0738739981

Here at our colorful medieval cellar location we make tattoos of a variety of styles, all kinds of piercings and the hugely popular dermal anchors in a relaxed atmosphere. We're famous for our personal and friendly environment where our customers feel welcome and well taken care of. Our equipment is the best possible to ensure we satisfy every single need in the best possible way. We have drop in times for piercings and small tattoos and bookings for larger works. Fee free to contact us for any consultant, don't be a chicken and try something new! - LIVE LIFE WITH YOUR OWN EXPRESSION -

Trädgårdspiloterna
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
www.tradgardspiloterna.se
Stockholm, Sweden 111 11

0739 62 48 86, 070 790 88 52

Salsta Slott / Wiig Antik & Evenemang AB
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Salsta Slott
Uppland, Sweden 743 93 Vattholma

0706795796

Stortorget
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Stortorget
Gamla Stan, Sweden 111 29

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Stortorget
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Stortorget
Stockholm, Sweden 111 29

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Stortorget is a small public square in Gamla Stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. It is the oldest square in Stockholm, the historical centre on which the medieval urban conglomeration gradually came into being. Today, the square is frequented by tens of thousands of tourists annually, and is occasionally the scene for demonstrations and performances. It is traditionally renowned for its annual Christmas market offering traditional handicrafts and food.

Grillska Huset
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Stortorget 3
Stockholm, Sweden 103 17

08-684 233 64

Kungliga Myntkabinettet
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Slottsbacken 6
Stockholm, Sweden 11484

08-51955300

Bullkyrkan Stadsmissionen
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Stortorget 5
Stockholm, Sweden 111 29

08-68 42 30 19

Julmarknaden I Gamla Stan
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Stortorget
Stockholm, Sweden 111 29

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