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"Strindberg's Last Residence"

What is now known as the Blue Tower, was once author and playwright August Strindberg's (1849-1912) residence and workplace during the last four years of his life. The museum is essentially a reconstruction of his apartment, and features, an extensive exhibit of the works he completed while living and working here. The museum also offers a fair amount of insight into Strindberg's troubled personal life, and a comprehensive library of his works.
Drottninggatan 85, Stockholm, Sweden, 111 60
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"Strindberg's Last Residence"
What is now known as the Blue Tower, was once author and playwright August Strindberg's (1849-1912) residence and workplace during the last four years of his life. The museum is essentially a reconstruction of his apartment, and features, an extensive exhibit of the works he completed while living and working here. The museum also offers a fair amount of insight into Strindberg's troubled personal life, and a comprehensive library of his works.
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