Inspiration

City Hall

Stockholm's most iconic crowning spire
Posted on 27/10/2020

It makes perfect sense that City Hall, one of Stockholm’s most iconic crowning spires, is adorned with three golden crowns itself. In a city well-known for its romantic architecture, the grand tower, alluring arches, and shining gold apex of City Hall sets it apart as perhaps the most romantic. So naturally it comes as no surprise that many Kolla artists feel drawn to capture the many facets of City Hall, and from each and every angle, they all do it beautifully.

Pursuing photography as an art form takes resiliency, hope, and the confidence to stand tall among peers and critics alike. We think City Hall quite poetically mirrors this philosophy. Just as photographers symbolize fortitude within the arts community, so City Hall reflects the same trait throughout Stockholm. A city filled with strength, hope, and great beauty - just like the artists who walk its streets each day. We are proud to lay claim to such a stunning piece of artful architecture, and we are proud to lay claim to such incredible photographic artists as well.

If you have taken any time to browse our collection of fine photography art, you have likely seen images of this great City Hall. We have put together a collection in honor of this emblematic spire, as seen through many unique sets of eyes.

Broken Mirror


Photographer: Joakim Barkman

The golden rays of the morning sun hit the round shaped sterns of the boats. On the other side is the capital's proud city hall. The broken mirror creates an exciting pattern when Stockholm shows itself in the best morning mood.

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Capital of Scandinavia


Photographer: Viggo Lundberg

Eight million red bricks, Stockholm city hall!

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Fåglarna


Photographer: Rikard Jörnesten

Birds soaring around the City Hall of Stockholm. 

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Shadows


Photographer: Kim Sandberg

A view of the Stockholm City Hall that can only be seen when it's surrounded by fog.

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Three Crowns


Photographer: Kim Sandberg

The symbol of Sweden.

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The Mist


Photographer: Håkan Garnefält

Stockholm City Hall hiding in the mist.

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Fog


Photographer: Christer Hjelm

An unusually foggy day in Stockholm. Silence except the sound of a ferry cracking the ice.

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Summer Sunset and Happy Girls


Photographer: Mack Bitew

The photographer Mack Bitew summerizes Riddarholmen as "a place of love and friendship during summer" which sounds like an accurate description based on this wonderfully captured moment. You can feel the athmosphere in the photograph and it brings us right back to those warm summer nights in Stockholm.

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Morning Light


Photographer: Calle Jansson

Early November morning and the sun is starting to break through the fog. A woman is making her way through the vaults of the City Hall. 

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Facing the Light


Photographer: Marc Zetterblom

Photo from Stockholm City Hall.

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Early Bird


Photographer: Håkan Garnefält

Stockholm City Hall, St Clara Church and Hötorget bathing in the morning light.

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City Hall Mist


Photographer: Calle Jansson

A misty November morning, a woman is walking along the walls of the great city hall. The morning sun is starting to break through the mist that is surrounding the tall tower.

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