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Stockholm Palace

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Ranked #1 in Stockholm Can't Miss Attractions
Historical Architecture
Open Open from 10:00am-5:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time:2-3 hours
Address:107 70 Stockholm
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One is the interior of the palace. Overall, the palace is decorated in a local tycoon style I don't understand, with huge crystal chandeliers (a few asymmetrically hung in a less large hall) and platinum? Or pure gold wall corner decorations ~ but the local tyrant level can not compare the czar's palace, the exhibits are not very high, I do not understand the painting, slightly boring ~ I saw the national treasure on the plane can talk variety, originally want to feel the good heart of the exhibits artifice, craftsmanship do, um... I think too much, I still can't understand. Second, it is changing the post. I have worked hard to find out if there was a change of post when I went to the official website, and after a long time, there was no result. Finally, I confirmed that there was a performance through the intermediary. And I caught up with it smoothly. It was very serious, but it was a bit funny, it may be too small. Or maybe the boots are too cute.

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Introduction

The Stockholm Royal Palace is located on the island of Stadt in the Old Town. It is the place where the King of Sweden works and celebrates, and is also a major tourist attraction in Stockholm. The palace was built in the Middle Ages. In the early days, it was a military fort. It was gradually transformed and expanded at the end of the 17th century and became the royal palace of today. The palace is built on the water, and the building is square. It is a small square castle with a white exterior and elegant atmosphere. Now the Swedish royal family does not live here, but lives in Queens Island in the suburbs, but the king drives to the palace every day to go to work.
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Getting Around

You can take either subway Green or Red line, and alight at Gamla Stan Station. Walk along Stortorget or Vasterlpnggaten Street towards the heart of the city, for around 6 minutes before reaching your destination. Alternatively, you can take subway Blue line and alight at Kunstradgarden Station, cross the Strombron bridge and walk for around 10 minutes before reaching your destination.
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1.The palace is closed on Good Friday, the Monday after Easter, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day every year.
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