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Stockholm City Hall - Stockholm, Sweden
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Taken in front of Stockholm City Hall in Sweden. 

The Nobel Banquet is held in the Blue Hall inside the city hall on December 10 every year. It is one of Sweden's foremost buildings in the National Romantic style built between 1911-1923.

Copyright: Christian Del Rosario
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Uploaded: 12/08/2009
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