The Stockholm Public Library is one of the capital city’s most notable buildings. Opened in 1928, the library was designed by
Gunnar Asplund, one of the most important figures in Modernist Swedish architecture. The main interior of the building is a
rotunda, giving visitors a pleasing view of many of the library’s shelves along the curved rotunda walls. The Stockholm
Public Library holds more than two million volumes and over 2.4 million audio visual and mixed media items.
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