Known for its incredible works of the art, the Golden Room is one of the most awe-inspiring in the building. July 2015.
Perhaps the most stunning part of the building is the Golden Hall, whose 18 million gold tiles depict scenes from Swedish history.
A peek into the hall where the Nobel banquet is held each year. July 2015.
Wall after wall in the Golden Room contain intricate depictions of events in Swedish history. July 2015.
Here, the US is depicted as one of the countries that Sweden has friendly relations with on the wall of the Queen of Lake Mälaren. July 2015.
Outside the Stockholm City Hall. July 2015.
As visitors leave the Stockholm City hall, many place their stickers on posterboards at the exit. This prevents the stickers from falling and littering the grounds outside. July 2015.
A view through the windows of the Stockholm City Hall's courtyard.
The incredibly detailed ceiling of the Stockholm City Hall.
A statute in the Stockholm City Hall, where the Nobel Awards Banquet is held each year.
The Golden Hall in City hall uses a mosaic tile approach to display scenes from Swedish history. July 2015.
A glockenspeil in the Stockholm City Hall.
Tourists who forget to put their stickers on the poster boards inside often leave them in clusters outsides. All around the Stockholm City Hall, informal sticker collection points have evolved. July 2015.
Another informal sticker gathering point outside Stockholm City Hall. July 2015.
Art decorates all corners of the Stockholm City Hall, including the ceiling of the foyer to the Blue Hall. July 2015.
An al fresco painting sits behind a column in the Stockholm City Hall.