The site of the annual Nobel Prize banquet, Stockholm City Hall provides a good example of national Romanticism in Swedish architecture. This building has become one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city, and its shape is recognized as a symbol of the metropolis. Before entering the historical building, designed and built of brick by architect Ragnar Östberg, notice the national coat of arms made up of three crowns on the tower. Take a guided tour of the seat of the city's government and see its grand ceremonial halls and artwork displays. Look in the Blue Hall for the largest organ in the country, featuring more than 10,000 pipes. Climb to the top of the iconic tower to take in the views of Stockholm. Before you head to Stockholm, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Stockholm journey website , to make sure you see all that Stockholm has to offer, including Stockholm City Hall.
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Несколько фактов о стокгольмской Ратуше. Ратушу строили 12 лет: с 1911 по 1923 г. Архитектор Ратуши – Рагнар Остберг. На здание было потрачено примерно 8 миллионов кирпичей. Кирпичи делали по-старинке... more »A few facts about the Stockholm City Hall. The city Hall was built 12 years: from 1911 to 1923 the architect of the town hall – Ragnar Ostberg. About 8 million bricks were spent on the building. Bricks were made in the old fashioned way, according to the same technology as for medieval churches and monasteries. Hence the name "monastic brick". The height of the city Hall Tower 106 meters. At the very top of the tower lead exactly 365 steps. In winter time the passage to the tower is closed. The tower is crowned with three crowns – an ancient symbol of Sweden. Ordinary tourists are allowed to the town hall only in an organized manner with excursion. Excursions with Russian guides almost no (basically, it is organized excursions with traveling on cruise liners). In the town hall we dreamed of getting there after the first stay in Stockholm. Then there were in town during a cruise on the ferry, Times...
Hemos hecho la visita. La pena es que todas las visitas son guiadas y hasta el verano no hay en español. Con un nivel medio-bajo de inglés,lo entiendes todo. Por lo menos con el guía que nos tocó. Es ... more »We've made the visit. The pity is that all the visits are guided and until the summer there is in Spanish. With a medium-low level of English, you understand everything. At least with the guide who touched us. It is very interesting the explanations that give and especially for the symbolism that has, to be where they celebrate and dance the Nobel Prize. It's worth it
I went here to attend an invitation for an international master student welcoming event, sort of. The building is beautiful. The red-brick color, or whatever it’s called, I love it 😍 It’s used by Stockholm city council for important events. Some politicians also work here. I was just inside the building at that time, but now I come to explore the outside views. And it as beautiful as the interior. A must visit ❤️
It's important that the most beautiful monument in Stockholm it's the city's Hall. Gives a pretty good idea of swedish culture. That being said the place it's nice with it's red bricks and walking through the porches towards the sea gives a very nice view of the postcard-like landscape in front of the Hall. On nice sunny days it's worth taking a walk along the seaside, maybe sitting in one of the benches that are right on the water. Good for picnics during spring.
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