Stadshus (191 of 365)
The ceiling of the colonnade that is part of the Stockholm City hall. The building itself is only 90 years old but was designed by the architect to look much older.
The Stockholm City Hall (Stockholms Stadshus in Swedish) houses the Council for Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. This remarkable building was built between 1911 and 1923 in the so called national romatic style that was very popular around the turn of the century. Today, it has stood the test of time and is considered one of the finest European examples of modern architecture.