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Stockholm City Hall, Court Yard, Sweden
Sweden

More than 8 million bricks were used in the building of City Hall. The City Hall Tower, topped by three crowns, the Swedish national coat of arms, rises 106 meters above the edifice. City Hall with its many offices, meeting rooms, council chambers and stupendous banquet halls provides a workplace for politicians as well as civil servants.

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