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Marmor Foajen Dramaten Stockholm
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Marble Foyer - Royal Dramatic Theatre Stockholm

This fantastic room with its bright Italian marble and the large ceiling painting by Carl Larsson is one of the meeting places for theater-goers. Quietly chatting over a coffee or glass of wine before the show provides a stark contrast to the excited mood experienced during the break.

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