The City Hall is one of Stockholm's most iconic buildings, built in the national romantic style through the eyes of architect Ragnar Éstberg. It is the office of Stockholm's municipal council, and also hosts the Nobel prize banquet every year.
The Stockholm City Hall is a very popular tourist attraction. It's 106 metre tall tower, topped with the 3 crowns, forms an iconic part of the cityscape. The architecture of this structure makes it truly mesmerising, taking 12 years to build between 1911 and 1923. The building's layout is mainly around two open spaces, the BorgargÎrden on the east and the Blue hall on the west. The decorations and the details that have gone into the completion of the entire city hall complex make this structure worthy of a visit. Guided tours of the city hall are available throughout the year.
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