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Blue Hall 2 (City Hall)

Every year since 1930, with few exceptions, the Nobel Prize Banquet has been held in the City Hall. Following the prize ceremony at Stockholm Concert Hall, some 1,300 people, including 250 students, sit down to eat in the Blue Hall (Blå hallen), in one of the world's most exclusive banquets. The Nobel Laureates, their families, the Swedish Royal Family, representatives of the Swedish Government and distinguished foreign guests all participate.

2009-09-21
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Blue Hall 2 (City Hall)
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Town Hall Square

Town Hall Square (Tallinn, Estonia) has been a meeting place and marketplace for centuries. The square in front of City Hall was an active marketplace, even before the town hall was built. They used the square for all kinds of public events, from partying to the killings. Today the square is the city's social center, with lots of beer gardens in summer and concerts, craft sales and medieval markets.

2010-06-16
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Town Hall Square
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Coba - Ball Court

This is one of two ball courts located in the Coba archeological site that is outside the so called _Coba Group_ - a series of structures close to the entrance that include the Iglesia (the Church) and another ball court - Ancient Mayan city of Coba, Mexico.

2016-11-15
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Coba - Ball Court
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Järntorget, Stockholm

Järntorget (Swedish: The Iron Square) is a small public square in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. The second oldest square in Stockholm, slightly younger than Stortorget, Järntorget dates back to around 1300 and remained the city's most important trade centre for centuries. Originally called Korntorget ("Grain Square"), the square is first mentioned as Järntorget in 1489, both names being used in parallel until 1513 when iron trade had surpassed corn trade in importance at the place. At the Iron Market (Square) you will also find Sundberg's pastry (Sundbergs Konditori), which was founded in 1785 and claims to be Stockholm's oldest.

2012-07-18
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Järntorget, Stockholm
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Darius Palace, Apadana (Audience Hall)

Capital of a column from the audience hall of the palace of Darius I (510 BC).
This colossal capital from one of the thirty-six monumental columns which supported the roof of the apadana at Susa is evidence of an architectural tradition purely Iranian. It is typical of Achaemenid art in combining elements taken from different civilizations to form a coherent stylistic ensemble.

2011-04-03
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Darius Palace, Apadana (Audience Hall)
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Pompeii's Forum

The Civil Forum is the core of daily life of the city and is the focal point of all the main public buildings for city administration and justice, business management, and trade activities such as markets, as well as the main places of citizen worship. The square of the Forum originally looked like a simple open area with an overall regular shape, made of clay and its western side opened on to the Sanctuary of Apollo, whereas the eastern side had a row of shops.

2017-03-13
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Pompeii's Forum
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The Hercules Salon

The first salon of the King's Grand Apartment, the Hercules salon was created at the end of Louis XIV's reign. The works on the Hercules salon lasted until 1736, when Francois Lemoine completed the painting of the vault depicting the Apotheosis of Hercules, which was supposed to show that "Virtue raises man above himself". This vast allegorical composition with 142 figures aimed to rival the masterpieces of the Italian fresco painters but it was painted on primed canvases, i.e. glued onto the support. The work was so exhausting that the young painter, despite the success of his work, committed suicide shortly afterwards.

2011-04-03
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The Hercules Salon
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Cour Marly

Completed in 1857, these were occupied by the Ministry of Finance from 1871 to 1989. The Cour Marly was covered with a glass roof designed by Ieoh Ming Pei (the architect of the Pyramid) and opened in 1993. It now contains statues from the park at Marly, Louis XIV's favorite residence. The terraced floor provides a splendid setting for the works, bathed in constant natural light.

2011-04-03
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