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The Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden
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The Ericsson Globe is the national indoor arena of Sweden, located in Stockholm. The Ericsson Globe is currently the largest hemispherical building in the world and took two and a half years to build. Shaped like a large white ball, it has a diameter of 110 metres and an inner height of 85 metres. The volume of the building is 605,000 cubic metres. It has a seating capacity of 16,000 spectators for shows and concerts, and 13,850 for ice hockey.

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