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Stockholm City Hall, The Oval, Sweden
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The Oval is a vaulted antechamber whose name is derived from its oval shape. The walls of The Oval are covered with a series of five, 300 year-old tapestries. These tapestries were made in Beauvais in France. Every Saturday civil wedding services and partnership registrations are conducted in the Oval.

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Taken: 21/09/2009
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