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Stockholm City Hall

Stockholm City Hall, a gorgeous and historical municipal building, houses offices, ceremonial and banquet halls. The tower of the City Hall is located at the shores of Lake Mälaren and offers an incredible view of the city. It is open for access daily from May to September at a nominal admission price.

Fotografiska

Enjoy spell-binding art at Fotografiska, located in a historic Art Nouveau style building built in 1906. Known as one of the leading photography museums of our time, Fotografiska's large space is dedicated to hosting four large-scale exhibitions annually, besides also hosting 20 small scale exhibitions during the year. In the past, Fotografiska has featured prominent artists in the field, such as Helene Schmitz, Albert Wiking and Martin Borgen. The large space also consists of an award-winning restaurant, a gift shop and a book shop.

Drottningholm Palace

Overlooking the tranquil surface of Lake Malar, the Drottningholm Palace is Stockholm's crown jewel, the royal residence of the Swedish regal family that has been preserved for more than three centuries. Originally built as a grand, renaissance-style stone palace by John III of Sweden for his Queen, the palace was purchased by Queen Dowager Regent Hedwig Eleonora in 1661. The stone structure was ravaged by fire by the end of the same year, spurring the need for a re-construction. It was then that work on the palace began, and a prototype designed by architect Nicodemus Tessin the Elder was selected. The walls of this palace are steeped in an aura of splendor, one that extends to its main buildings, the Chinese Pavilion and the Drottningholms Palace Theater, as well. The Baroque and English gardens that unfold before the palace's stately facade evoke awe, and depict the stunning elements added by Gustav III of Sweden. The Drottningholm Palace is designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities

With the joint initiative by archaeologist Johan Gunnar Andersson and Sweden's Parliament, Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities was established in 1926. The collection gives an insight into a variety of Asian classical art, archaeology and culture. The museum also has a public library with an extensive collection of Asian research books.

Avicii Arena

An epitome of spherical symmetry, The Ericsson Globe is a great example of architectural innovation in Stockholm's impressive skyline. Not unlike a giant pearl, this spherical masterpiece commands much respect. The indoor arena was built over a period of two and half years beginning in 1986. With a diameter of 110 meters (361 feet), the sphere is the world's largest hemispherical building and an impressive event venue with a maximum seating capacity of 16,000. Although primarily used as a hockey arena, the venue has also hosted other prestigious sporting events and concerts by international artists like Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Shania Twain, Katy Perry, Radiohead and Lady Gaga. Visible for miles around, the Ericsson Globe grants unmatched views of the city from its top, accessible via Skyview - an external, inclined elevator.

Medelhavsmuseet

Medelhavsmuséet is a great place to see art and artifacts from the ancient Mediterranean civilizations. The pride of the museum is the Cypriot collection, proclaimed as the largest collection of native art outside Cyprus. Other impressive artifacts date back to the times of the Egyptian Pharaohs, and early civilizations in Cyprus, Greece and Rome.

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