Stagormore City Hall is best known for its "Blue Hall" and "Golden Hall". With the English speaking group, the first one to enter the Blue Hall. Founded in 1911, its style was inspired by Italian Renaissance palaces. The architect wanted to paint the brick walls of the Blue Hall blue, but when he saw the beauty of red bricks, he changed his mind and retained the original color of red bricks. Every Dec. 10, a grand Nobel banquet is held in the Blue Hall. Up to the second floor, we entered the parliamentary hall, where 101 members of the city met. The meeting is open to the public, with the audience sitting at one side of the gallery, while the opposite location is provided for journalists. The blue part on the ceiling symbolizes the opening on the roof of the ancient Viking roof in Northern Europe. The Parliament Hall came out through the Oval Hall and came to the prince's Gallery full of artistic flavor. In the long corridor corridor, you can enjoy the view of Lake Meraren and Stockholm waterfront. The gallery's black pillars are made of diabase, which is unique. Near the lake window, there are reliefs of men and women in various Nordic and classical myths. Feel a visual feast here. Walking further, we came to the most eye-catching golden hall. Decorative paintings on the walls around the Golden Hall depict the history of Sweden from the ninth century to the 1920s. The painting is composed of 18 million mosaics, which are made of gold and glass, and shining and eye-catching. The background painting "Queen of Lake Meraren" on the front wall is the personification of Stockholm, sitting on the throne, surrounded by people and buildings from all over the world. The Golden Hall is a large dance venue held here after the Nobel banquet every year. Brilliant, luxurious, magnificent, peak-topping, can not think of any other words to describe. Golden Hall is well-known. Fortunately, many artistic attainments have penetrated into it, and it seems less local tyrant.
Stockholm City Hall is located in King Island, Sweden, where the Stockholm Parliament is located. The building is designed by architect Ragnar & 4. The top of the stberg design tower is the Swedish national symbol "Three Crowns" which is surrounded by two large squares, an outdoor courtyard and an indoor lobby. A total of 8 million red bricks are used to build Ragnar & _4. stberg originally intended to design the indoor lobby into blue. It was called the Blue Hall, but when he saw the beautiful red brick, he changed his mind not to paint the outer wall blue. The most famous event was the 10,270 pipe organs in the banquet hall after the Nobel Prize ceremony on December 10 each year. It was the largest organ in Scandinavia. It was made of more than 18 million pieces of glass and gold fragments for 700 people. Enjoy the banquet and visit Stockholm. It's a good Chinese guide to visit. It's very shocking to explain the details in detail.
Stockholm City Hall, built in 1911 on the shore of Lake Meraren in the centre of the Swedish capital, took 12 years to complete. It is the most important work of Swedish architecture. Stockholm City Hall is renowned for its annual Nobel Prize Banquet. The famous blue hall is the place where the Nobel dinner is held. The Golden Hall is even more amazing. It's the place for a social dance after the Nobel dinner. Parliament Hall, Baigong Hall, France Hall (Marriage Registry Hall), Prince Gallery are all unique. The tableware specially made for Nobel dinner is very beautiful. The appearance and surrounding scenery of the city hall are also beautiful.
Stockholm City Hall: Located on the shore of Lake Meraren in the centre of the Swedish capital, it is the image and representative of Stockholm. It is also the place where the municipal conference is held and the office of the government. This magnificent and innovative building, with its exterior wall made of 8 million red bricks, maintains the poetic and picturesque flavor of Nordic traditional classical architecture in the harmony of high and low, virtual and real. Its bell tower is 106 meters high. The Nobel Prize Banquet is held here in the Blue Hall.
Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, enjoys the reputation of Nordic "Venice" with elegance and prosperity. The city hall is facing elegant Lake Meraren, with the "Concert Hall" where the Nobel Prize is awarded, the "Blue Hall "the largest hall" where the dinner is held, the "Royal Palace" where the royal family is held with full foil, and the Vasa Warship Museum. The exquisite sculptures have to marvel at the Swedes of the 17th century. Wisdom...
The coastal scenery outside Stockholm City Hall is very good. Many tourists come here to take pictures. There is a big lawn outside the city hall and several small fountains. It feels very beautiful. There are often people gathering and resting outside the city hall, but it is not allowed to visit inside.
It's interesting but very expensive. We must join the delegation. We must not act alone and go in and out together. Therefore, to seize the opportunity to shoot, the journey is less than an hour, 110 kroner, and the Chinese League will not be able to go to the tower until June. It's a pity that we can't go to the tower this month.
Every year, where the Nobel Prize is awarded, the lighting in each room is exceptionally good and there is no feeling of depression. There will be regular free guides to explain, followed by listen to it is still necessary, will know many stories behind the various rooms, plus some guides are more humorous.
Stockholm City Hall, built in 1911, is the symbol of Stockholm and the office of the city government. The whole building is made of red bricks. It is very beautiful. It is built in front of the water. It shows its magnificence and grandeur. It is like a sailing ship. The three gilded crown spires at the top represent the cooperation of the people of Sweden, Denmark and Norway. Tickets can be bought to enter the tour. The first floor is called Blue Hall. It can hold banquets or dances. The second floor is called the Golden Hall. It is very luxurious. The golden murals are brilliant and dazzling. It's a very worthwhile place to come.
Stockholm, Sweden. Stockholm City Hall (2). Sweden, the richest country in the world, is the office of the Stockholm government. After the Nobel Prize Ceremony is presented in the concert hall on Dec. 10, every year, the evening will go to the Blue Hall of the City Hall for the award dinner. The guests were members of the Royal family, ministers, scholars and some university students. College students are potential Nobel Prize winners in the future, usually by lottery. Because it is a government office, only part of it is open to the outside world, so it is necessary to purchase tickets and have a guide to guide visitors.