Stockholm City Hall

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Stockholm City Hall
Stockholms stadshus september 2011.jpg
Stockholm City Hall, seen from the south, across Riddarfjärden
General information
StatusComplete
TypeGovernment offices
Architectural styleNational Romantic style Romanesque revival
LocationRagnar Östbergs Plan 1
Stockholm Sweden
Coordinates59°19′39″N 18°03′18″E / 59.3275°N 18.055°E / 59.3275; 18.055Coordinates: 59°19′39″N 18°03′18″E / 59.3275°N 18.055°E / 59.3275; 18.055
Construction started1911
Completed1923
OwnerCity of Stockholm
Height106 m (348 ft)
Design and construction
ArchitectRagnar Östberg
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The Stockholm City Hall (Swedish: Stockholms stadshus) is the municipal building in Stockholm in Sweden. It is on the island of Kungsholmen. It was built between 1911 and 1923, with Ragnar Östberg being the architect. The Stockholm Municipality council meetings are held here. Each year on 10 December, the Nobel Prize party is held here.

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