Old Parliament House, Stockholm

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Old Parliament House
Gamla Riksdagshuset
Gamla Riksdagshuset Sthlm sjösida.jpg
Gamla Riksdagshuset, 1911 facade.
General information
Town or city Stockholm
Country Sweden
Construction started 1833
Completed 1833
Client Riksdagen of the Estates
Riksdagen (Swedish Parliament)
Design and construction
Architect Johan Fredrik Åbom

The Old Parliament House (Swedish: Gamla Riksdagshuset), is the former seat of the Parliament of Sweden (Riksdag).

It is located at Birger Jarls torg, on the Riddarholmen (island), in central Stockholm.

History[edit]

The Old Parliament House was the seat of:

An additional section on the seaside was designed in 1911 by Aron Johansson, in the National Romantic style.

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Coordinates: 59°19′26.29″N 18°3′54.38″E / 59.3239694°N 18.0651056°E / 59.3239694; 18.0651056