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"Chancellor Axel Oxenstierna's Palace"

The Axel Oxenstierna Palace in Stockholm features Late Renaissance style of architecture. The structure was designed and mastered by Jean de la Vallée in 1653. It honors Chancellor Axel Oxenstierna. The three storeyed building housed the Swedish National Bank for almost two decades dating 1668. The house is still well preserved and in 1953 was declared a registered historic site.
Storkyrkobrinken, Stockholm, Sweden, 111 28
"Chancellor Axel Oxenstierna's Palace"
The Axel Oxenstierna Palace in Stockholm features Late Renaissance style of architecture. The structure was designed and mastered by Jean de la Vallée in 1653. It honors Chancellor Axel Oxenstierna. The three storeyed building housed the Swedish National Bank for almost two decades dating 1668. The house is still well preserved and in 1953 was declared a registered historic site.
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