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Stockholm City Hall, The Council Chamber, Sweden
Sweden

Directly across the Civic Court lies the Council Chamber where Stockholm’s City Council assembles every third Monday. The interior of the Council Chamber is absolutely majestic and its 19 meter-high ceiling takes its inspiration from the Swedish Viking Age. The public gallery has room for about 200 spectators to attend the council meetings.

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