Sabbatsberg Hospital

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Sabbatsberg Hospital
Sabbatsbergs sjukhus 2008.jpg
The former buildings of Sabbatsberg Hospital in 2008
Geography
LocationStockholm, Sweden
Coordinates59°20′17″N 18°02′52″E / 59.33806°N 18.04778°E / 59.33806; 18.04778Coordinates: 59°20′17″N 18°02′52″E / 59.33806°N 18.04778°E / 59.33806; 18.04778
History
Founded1879
Closed1994
Links
ListsHospitals in Sweden

Sabbatsberg Hospital (Swedish: Sabbatsbergs sjukhus) was a hospital in Vasastan in Stockholm. It was opened in 1879.[1]

In 1986, Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme was pronounced dead at 00:06 CET on March 1 at Sabbatsbergs Hospital, after having been shot in the street earlier that night.[2]

The emergency clinic at Sabbatsberg closed in 1994. It is no longer operated as a hospital, although some healthcare-related activities are still located on the grounds, which partially have been rebuilt as housing.[3]

Some of the scenes in the film The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo were shot in the hospital.[4]

Floor plan in 1893

References[edit]

  1. ^ Holmqvist, Valter; Ivervall, Karl-Heinz; Eriksson, Kerstin (1989). Sabbatsbergs sjukhus 111 år. Stockholm: Sabbatsbergs sjukhus. ISBN 91-7970-763-7.
  2. ^ Stocklassa, Jan; Billger, Ola (24 February 2014). "The Millennium author's theories concerning the murder of Olof Palme". www.svd.se. Svenska Dagbladet. Retrieved 4 October 2015.
  3. ^ Sjökvist, Elisabeth (10 December 1993). "Sista dagarna för Sabbatsberg". www.dn.se. Dagens Nyheter. Retrieved 4 October 2015.
  4. ^ ABC. "Millenniumfilmer spelas in på Sabbatsberg – Daniel Craig till Stockholm". www.svt.se. Sveriges Television. Retrieved 4 October 2015.

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