Stockholm Court House

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Stockholm Court House
Stockholms Rådhus
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General information
Architectural style National Romantic
Town or city Stockholm
Country Sweden
Construction started 1909
Completed 1915
Client The City of Stockholm
Design and construction
Architect Carl Westman

The Stockholm Court House (Swedish: Stockholms Rådhus) is situated on Kungsholmen in Central Stockholm, Sweden. The building is connected to the Stockholm Police House through an underground pedestrian walkway.

The building was designed in the National Romantic style, and was constructed between 1909 and 1915. The architecture was influenced by the Castles of the Vasa era, and it bears a resemblance to Vadstena Castle.

A fire ravaged the third floor of the south/left wing of the building in June 2008.[1]

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  1. ^ Violent fire damages Stockholm Courthouse, The Local, 5 June 2008.

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Coordinates: 59°19′51″N 18°2′37″E / 59.33083°N 18.04361°E / 59.33083; 18.04361