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Gamla Stan is the oldest part of the city; it is a picturesque mass of narrow cobbled streets and 17th century buildings. It is home to the Royal Palace, Stockholm Cathedral and the main square. The streets are lined with restaurants and various shops. There are numerous architectural wonders to be admired, for example the 13th century Cathedral Storkyrkan.
The City Hall is Stockholm's main landmark. It was built between 1911 and 1923 and was made world-famous for the Nobel Prize Banquet held here each year. The building made of red brick is situated on King's Island. Its interior is decorated in marvelous art nouveau style. The elegant council chamber has vaulted ceilings made to look like an upturned Viking boat to honor the Viking tradition of using boats to shield oneself in the winter. The most magnificent is the Golden Hall with walls covered in handmade gilt mosaic.
Stockholm nightlife scene is alive seven nights per week. The best places to visit are Södermalm, Vasastan and Kungsholmen, where you will find trendy and bohemian crowd and a big selection of clubs. Most larger venues are located in the area around Kungsträdgården, Berzelii Park, Stureplan and the city centre – which is especially lively during the weekends. Apart from clubbing, the city offers a rich concert program throughout the year in venues like Berns, Nalen, Fasching, Mosebacke and Debaser.