Kungsholmen is just west of Norrmalm. The city hall is situated on Kungsholmen,
but it stands just next to the city center unlike the rest of Kungsholmen
that has a more residential feeling while Norrmalm has a more urban feeling.
Kungsholmen with Stockholms Stadshus seen from Riksbron.
City hall, Stockholms stadshus in Swedish, is Stockholm´s tallest real building. One of
Stockholm´s most famous landmarks, this romanesque building is dating back to 1923.
It is 106m and features a clock tower. This is where the world famous Nobelfesten takes
in Stockholm heading for the old town we dropped by and enjoyed the view
of Södermalm at the other side of Riddarfjärden:
The towers visible to the left of the statue and the city hall is Högalidkyrkan.
DN-skrapan, Kungsholmen´s tallest building(82m, 25 floors, built 1964). It is
home of Expressen and Dagens Nyheter(DN), two of Sweden´s largest newspapers.
However, DN has moved out to a lower building.
A beautiful modern residential building opposite the DN building, with an arch in the middle.