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Information about Stockholm
Stockholm Royal Palace - provides the global city with a crown jewel landmark. The location is prime, on Stadsholmen (city island), in the heart of Gamla Stan (the old town).
Stockholm City Hall -Besides its remarkable architecture, the Nobel Prize banquet takes place here every year.
Vasa Museum -The Vasa Museum is the most popular museum in all of Scandinavia and is built around the Vasa, the only preserved ship in the world from the 1600s.
Stockholm Archipelago -Stockholm is part of a great archipelago that extends some sixty kilometers out into the Baltic Sea. Take a day trip and book a cruise, private boat or taxi boat and get out of central Stockholm
Drottningholm Palace -The opulent and immense private residence of the Swedish monarchy is a beautiful palace on the island of Lovon
Did you know?
More than 830 000 people of different origins live in the city
Stockholm is built on 14 islands
Stockholm was the very first city to be designated European Green Capital by the EU Commission
Around 40% of the city’s land consists of parks or recreational areas
Stockholm City Hall is the main symbol of the city of Stockholm