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Stockholm City Hall Dance Hall
Sweden

The great Nobel Prize is held in Stockholm's City Hall. This dance hall is also known as the Gyllene Salen.

After dinner in Blå hallen, the Blue Hall, the Nobel Prize recipients, royalty and guests dance in Gyllene salen, the Golden Hall, with its 18 million gold mosaic tiles. 

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Uploaded: 30/08/2009
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