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Stockholm City Hall, whose creation dates back to 1911-1923. An important point on the tourist trail, because the building is considered the symbol of the capital, and three gold crowns on the top of the 106-meter tower symbolize Sweden. Particularly noteworthy is the Golden Hall decorated with over 18 million pieces of gilded mosaic or the Hall of One Hundred Vaults, where - as the name suggests - the ceiling is built from as many as one hundred crossed vaults.
The architect, Ragnar Östberg, in his work modeled on the Venetian Doge's Palace and wanted to give the town hall the features of old stately buildings. As many as 8 million bricks were used to create the object. The interior of the town hall is the work of outstanding Swedish artists, including Prince Eugene.