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If you love theaters don’t miss this one. It’s a beautiful art deco theater built in 1920 lots of beautiful art in the theater it’s self is awe inspiring. If you don’t like theaters stay away but if you do run and see it
It is the blue building Stockholm located in the square where Farmer’s Market selling fruits, flowers, vegetable and other retail products. The building is huge inside and out and you can hear music outside sometimes performed by choral groups on a daily basis. Obviously it...More
This blue Concert Hall was built in 1926 and is situated on Hötorget in the heart of Stockholm. It is neoclassical in style and home to the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.
It hosts also the annual Nobel Prize Award Ceremony and the Polar Music Prizes....More
The Konserthuset, Stockholm's Concert Hall, is not only a prime performance venu--designed by Ivar Tengbom 1926, the Hall is home to the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra-- It is also where the awarding ceremonies for the Nobel Prize and the Polar Music Prize are held annually....More
I walked next to this beautiful Building and my friend emphasized every year in December, Noble Prize Award Ceremony held in this place.
That was very special to me.
Didn't have much time to go in.
Next time really want to see a concert or...More
The blue, neoclassical style Stockholm Concert Hall is situated on Hötorget in the heart of Stockholm and it was built especially to house the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Apart from being a venue for world-class concerts, it hosts the annual Nobel Prize Award Ceremony and...More
Important for the city as being the place where Nobel prizes are given, before the banquet in the City Hall, therefore worth seeing for yourself. A very short walk from Sergels Torg and T-Centralen underground station, so you can skip changing to the green line...More
Fascinating to see the location where the Nobel prizes ( not the Peace Prize which is Norway ) are presented to their worthy recipients from around the globe . Beautiful sculpture on the corner and a nice square next door
Norrmalm is Stockholm’s most central and busiest neighborhood. It’s home to the main shopping street, Drottninggatan, and to Stockholm icons like the Sergels Torg glass obelisk, the famous Hay Market with its Carl Milles sculptures, and the Hötorget Skyscrapers, a sight on every other Stockholm postcard. Norrmalm is also home to Sweden’s most traditional department stores Nordiska Kompaniet and
Åhléns City juxtaposed with Stockholm’s most modern shopping mall, Mood Stockholm. Visitors to this area get to experience the unique Swedish philosophy of protecting cultural heritage while also staying on top of fashion innovation and modern architecture.