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A classic staircase on Linnégatan 22, Östermalm in 1973.

Most of the properties on Östermalm in Stockholm were built between 1880-1930. Many of the apartments are therefore characterized by their significant ceiling height and decorative details such as stucco and wood forging as well as the stairs we see in the picture.

The first city plan for Östermalm was made in 1640 and revolved around what we today call Östermalmstorg. During the 1900th century, Östermalm has developed into an area that is considered to have a high social status and some of Scandinavia's highest apartment prices. Many leading people in business, administration and the entertainment industry live here.

Photographer: Lundkvist, Ingvar | Created: 1973 | Publisher: Stockholm City Museum | Object ID: SSMFi000684 | Copyright: CC-BY 

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