One of the most beautiful in the world. It took eight million red bricks to make architect Ragnar Östberg’s vision come true in 1923. The venue for the annual Nobel Prize award ceremony dinner in December. At the southeastern tip of Kungsholmen island. Hard to miss.

One of the most beautiful in the world. It took eight million red bricks to make architect Ragnar Östberg’s vision come true in 1923. The venue for the annual Nobel Prize award ceremony dinner in December. At the southeastern tip of Kungsholmen island. Hard to miss.

The City Hall of Stockholm.

The City Hall of Stockholm.

Hornsgatan, the most polluted street in Stockholm.

Hornsgatan, the most polluted street in Stockholm.

A look inside the City Hall's courtyard. Few steps away there is a nice garden which in summer gathers tourists wanting to take pictures with lake Mälaren and the Old Town in the background. A must-see!

A look inside the City Hall's courtyard. Few steps away there is a nice garden which in summer gathers tourists wanting to take pictures with lake Mälaren and the Old Town in the background. A must-see!

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