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Norrmalmstorg in the 1900s
Norrmalmstorg in July 2006

Norrmalmstorg (pronounced [ˌnɔrːmalmsˈtɔrj]) is a square in central Stockholm, Sweden. The square connects shopping streets Hamngatan and Biblioteksgatan and is the starting point for tram travellers with the Djurgården line. Close to the southwest is the park Kungsträdgården.

In the Swedish edition of Monopoly, Norrmalmstorg is the most expensive lot.[1]

The square is famous for the 1973 Norrmalmstorg robbery, in which events gave name to the Stockholm syndrome.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Monopoly - Sweden. Accessed October 21, 2012.

Coordinates: 59°20′00″N 18°04′22″E / 59.33333°N 18.07278°E / 59.33333; 18.07278