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Categories: Attraction

The Ericsson Globe

Sören Andersson

The Ericsson Globe is since it's inauguration in 1989, one of Stockholm’s most iconic buildings. With a volume of 605 000 cubic meters (approximately 2 136 540 cubic feet), this is the world’s largest spherical building. The Ericsson Globe (or “Globen” in short) serves as Sweden's national hockey arena but also hosts a variety of other events and concerts. Through the years some of the world's biggest artists have graced its main stage: The Rolling Stones, Metallica, Beyoncé, Madonna and U2 to name a few. The vista from The Skyview, a gondola running along the outside of the structure's curved wall, offers a spectacular view of southern Stockholm.

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The Ericsson Globe

122 77 Stockholm