Stockholm, 111 51
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The Brunkebergstorg square was built in the early 1800s and was mainly surrounded by the plush households. Apart from its beautiful and unique architectural design, this square was known for its artistic activities and beautiful shops. In 1900s, the town was redesigned and the old buildings around this square were demolished to give the area a face lift. This heritage structure is now mainly surrounded by well-known financial institutions and commercial buildings. The legacy of being a hub for art and culture is still alive as Brunkebergstorg hosts many great art and cultural events.