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Royal Dramatic Theatre
Sweden

In Swedish called "Kungliga Dramatiska Teatern".

Usually just called "Dramaten" by Swedes.
Sweden's national stage for dramatic theatre.

Architect Fredrik Liljeqvist
Completed in 1908

Located at Nybroplan

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