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Town or city Stockholm
Country Sweden
Construction started1900
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Architect(s) Ferdinand Boberg

Rosenbad (Swedish:  [ˈrûːsɛnˌbɑːd] , lit. "rosen bath") is a building in central Stockholm, precinct of Norrmalm. It is a building owned by the Swedish State and serves as the seat of the Government. The present government of Sweden is the right-leaning Kristersson Cabinet.


Rosenbad is located on Strömgatan on the north side of the river Norrström. It was designed by Art Nouveau architect Ferdinand Boberg, and completed in 1902. It originally housed a variety of functions, including a restaurant (until 1956) of the same name. Renovation of the entire block began in autumn 2018, and is expected to be completed in spring 2023. [1] In the meantime, the Government Offices are housed in surrounding blocks. [2]

Government building

Rosenbad now functions as the seat for Prime Minister's Office (Swedish : Statsrådsberedningen) and the Government Offices (Regeringskansliet). It is located close to the Sager House, the official residence of the Prime Minister. The Riksdag building and the Royal Palace are located across the waters of Stockholms ström.

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  2. Ljungberg, E. J. (1910). "Om vanhäfd och vanhäfdslagar. Föredrag hållet vid Nationalekonomiska Föreningens sammanträde den 28 februari 1910". Ekonomisk Tidskrift. 12 (3): 81–94. doi:10.2307/3437521. ISSN   0284-7310. JSTOR   3437521.

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