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Stockholm City Hall, The Prince’s Gallery, Sweden
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The Prince’s Gallery which runs along City Hall’s southern long side is primarily used for the reception of honoured guests. The French windows running the length of the Gallery’s south side offer a wonderful view of Lake Mälaren and Södermalm. This panorama is reflected on the Gallery’s opposite wall in the form of an al fresco called “Stockholm’s Shores” created by Prince Eugen, artist and brother of the Swedish King Gustav V.

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