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Sagerska Palatset
Sweden

Sagerska Palatset is the official residence of the Prime Minister of Sweden. It is located at Strömgatan overlooking the Swedish parliament building. Right next to it in the east is the Swedish foreign office (Utrikesdepartementet or UD). In the west is the government offices "Rosenbad".

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