STADSHUSET, CITY HALL, STADSHUSPARKEN, HANTVERKARGATAN
Kungsholmen is a quiet district and an island in central Stockholm, just to the west of Norrmalm. The city hall is situated on Kungsholmen, at the border to Norrmalm. Kungsholmen has a more residential feeling, just like most part of Södermalm, while Norrmalm has a more urban feeling. Kungsholmen has a hilly character. There are beautiful promenades on the banks of Mälaren and there are many parks on Kungsholmen.
Kungsholmen with Stockholms Stadshus seen from a bridge.
The City Hall (Stockholms Stadshus) is central Stockholm´s 2nd tallest building. This romanesque building is dating back to 1923, and is still today one of Stockholm´s most famous landmarks. It is 106m and features a clock tower, Karintornet, that has an observaion deck open to public. The City Hall, designed by Ragnar Östberg, is where the world famous Noble prize ceremony takes place.
|City Hall at sunset||Regional trains passing by the City Hall at sunset||City Hall from Riddarholmen|
|The top of Karintornet, the City Hall's tallest tower, with "Tre kronor" monument||Plane passing by the City Hall||Stadshuskällaren restaurang, the place for the noble prize in the City Hall.|
|City Hall renaissance vaults, Mälaren lake and part of Södermalm||People relaxing a sunny autumn day in Stadshusparken, the City Hall Park, right opposite Södermalm.||City Hall, typical Itailan renaissance architecture|
Stadshusparken, the beautiful park at the City Hall, with Riddarholmen and Riddarholmskyrkan, Mälaren and Södermalm. The high statue is called Engelbrektsstatyn.
|View from Kungsklippan||View from Kungsklippan||View from Kungsklippan|
|Kungsholmen (left) and Norrmalm (right), divided by Klara sjö||Kungsholmen and Norrmalm||Klara kyrka seen from Norrmalm|