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.

Stockholm City Hall is the seat of the city governement of Stockholm. It is one of the most well known buildings in Stockholm and was inaugerated in 1923. Stockholm City Hall is where the Nobel Prize banquette is held on the 10 th of december every year. Photo by Anna Andersson

Stockholm City Hall is the seat of the city governement of Stockholm. It is one of the most well known buildings in Stockholm and was inaugerated in 1923. Stockholm City Hall is where the Nobel Prize banquette is held on the 10 th of december every year. Photo by Anna Andersson

Labadee Haiti looks great doesn't it? Have you ever visited on a Royal Caribbean cruise?

Things to do in Labadee Haiti

Labadee Haiti looks great doesn't it? Have you ever visited on a Royal Caribbean cruise?

Door in the Blue Hall of the Stockholm City Hall

Door in the Blue Hall of the Stockholm City Hall

Kunliga slottet 2 copy1 - Monarchy of Sweden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kunliga slottet 2 copy1 - Monarchy of Sweden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ragnar Östberg, the architect behind the City Hall, had the idea that the founder of Stockholm, Birger Jarl, should be buried on the grounds of the City Hall. When he thought of this idea Birger Jarl had already been buried for approx. 657 years and no one else seemed to sympathize with Ragnar Östberg grand plans. The existing coffin is empty.

Ragnar Östberg, the architect behind the City Hall, had the idea that the founder of Stockholm, Birger Jarl, should be buried on the grounds of the City Hall. When he thought of this idea Birger Jarl had already been buried for approx. 657 years and no one else seemed to sympathize with Ragnar Östberg grand plans. The existing coffin is empty.

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