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  • London, United Kingdom. Ambassador’s residence

    The Swedish Ambassador's residence in London is located in an externally unassuming terrace on Portland Place, but the exterior conceals an 18th-century interior that is remarkably well preserved even by British standards.

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  • London, United Kingdom. Embassy of Sweden

    The Embassy of Sweden has been located in the Marylebone district since 1983, just a few minutes' walk from Oxford Street and Hyde Park. The building rises over five floors, plus a basement. Here you can also find Business Sweden, Swedish Chamber of Commerce and Visit Sweden. In 2015-16 the National Property Board Sweden is renovating the building.

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  • Luanda, Angola, Embassy of Sweden

    Sweden was the first country to establish diplomatic ties with Angola in 1976, shortly after the country gained independence. The current Embassy building was erected in 1984–85 to designs by two architects at White & Partners, Rune Falk and Lisa Hanson. In 2014, the property became the Embassy for both Sweden and Norway. The National Property Board Sweden began the work of accommodating two Embassies in the same building in 2013.

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  • Lund University Main Building

    55.7059 13.1933

    The magnificent white building at Lundagård park is the University Building from 1882. The University Building is one of cathedral architect Helgo Zettervall’s most prominent work and has since its opening been the university’s main building. Its predecessor was Kungshuset, the brick building at Lundagård park.

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  • Lusaka, Zambia. Embassy of Sweden

    In 1984, the Zambian Government granted Sweden a plot in the "Embassy triangle", near the old airport. Sweden had already had a diplomatic presence in the form of a Consulate and later an Embassy in several different locations since 1965. Building began in 1987 and the new Embassy opened in 1989.

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  • Madrid, Spain. Embassy and Ambassador’s residence

    40° 25′ 50.56″ N 3° 41′ 37.25″ E

    The Embassy of Sweden in Madrid enjoys a central location on the corner of Calle Zurbano and Calle Caracas. The mansion that later came to be the Swedish Ambassador's residence was built in 1894–96.

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  • Maputo, Mozambique, Embassy of Sweden

    The Embassy of Sweden in Mozambique sits on one of Maputo's largest boulevards, Julius Nyerere, with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean. The same building also houses the Finnish Foreign Ministry.

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  • Mariehamn, Åland, the Swedish General Consulate

    The Swedish Consulate General occupies a central location in Mariehamn on Åland, around 300 metres north of the ferry port where ferries shuttle to and from Sweden. The Swedish State was given right of disposition over the plot in the 1950s, on a 99 year lease from the City of Mariehamn.

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  • Mexico City, Mexico, Embassy of Sweden and Ambassador’s residence

    19.251776 99.132676

    The Embassy of Sweden in Mexico City is situated on Paseo de las Palmas in the district of Lomas de Chapultepec. The Ambassador's residence is located at no. 1215 and the Embassy is at no. 1375.

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  • Moderna Museet in Stockholm

    59.32631 18.084869

    The new home of Moderna Museet on Skeppsholmen was inaugurated in 1998 by King Carl XVI Gustaf. In 1990, the Spanish architect Rafael Moneo won the architectural competition for the design of new buildings for both Moderna Museet and the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design. Moneo’s contribution was called “Telemachus”.

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  • Moscow, Russia, Embassy compound of Sweden

    55.716848 37.515733

    The Embassy of Sweden in Moscow was designed by Swedish architect Anders Tengbom. It is an austere red-brick building with a solid façade facing the street.

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  • Museum of World Culture

    57.6945 11.9892

    The Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg is one of the younger buildings in the State’s property portfolio. The museum opened in December 2004, and both the building and its activities have won multiple awards.

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  • Nationalmuseum in a new light

    59.32850 18.07760

    The Nationalmuseum building was first opened in 1866. From 2013 it undergone major renovation and reopened in October 2018. The work was carried out by National Property Board Sweden and the national fine art collections can now be seen in bright Nordic light.

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  • New Delhi, India. Embassy compound

    28.59490 77.18387

    The Embassy of Sweden in New Delhi was built in the late 1950s in the diplomatic quarter. The Indian State sold the 40,000 m2 plot to the Swedish National Board of Public Buildings in 1954. The new compound would house the Embassy, the Ambassador's residence, reception rooms, staff housing and recreational areas.

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  • New York, USA, the Consulate General

    The Consulate General of Sweden in New York City is located on the corner of Park Avenue and East 64th Street in the Upper East Side neighborhood. It originally comprised four separate buildings, which have since been combined following one or more reconstructions. The property is owned by the Swedish government and administered by the National Property Board Sweden.

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  • Ottawa, Canada, residence to the Ambassador of Sweden

    The Swedish ambassadorial residence is located on a headland high above the Ottawa River in a house with two storys and a cellar. Built in solid red brick with a slate roof, the building is in an architectural style known as Queen Anne Revival.

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  • Prague, Czech Republic, Embassy of Sweden

    50° 5′ 15.11″ N 14° 23′ 27.54″ E

    There is nothing to obscure the view from the Embassy of Sweden in Prague, which stands next to the Strahov Monastery and near Prague Castle. The steep hill below slopes all the way down to the Vltava River. The views take in extensive parkland and glimpses of the Charles Bridge over the river, creating a fantastic panorama of Prague.

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  • Pretoria, South Africa. Ambassador’s residence

    When architect Anders Landström's Ambassador's residence in Pretoria was completed in 2003, it marked the first step on a new path for the National Property Board Sweden (SFV) – a path that would show the world the power and vitality of Swedish architecture.

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  • Rabat, Morocco, Ambassador's residence

    The residence of the Ambassador of Sweden is located in the district Agdal in Rabat.

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  • Reykjavik, Iceland, Embassy of Sweden and Ambassador’s residence

    The Embassy of Sweden in Reykjavik is housed in an office complex, while the Ambassador's residence occupies a villa in the city.

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  • Riga, Latvia. Embassy of Sweden

    After extensive renovations, the Embassy of Sweden was ready to open its doors in December 1995. As soon as visitors enter reception, they encounter a sense of stylish and robust Swedish design. The architect was Janis Zalamans.

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  • Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Embassy of Sweden

    24.68936 46.62996

    In 1975, the Saudi Arabian government decided that it's Foreign Ministry, and all the embassies, should move from Jeddah to Riyadh. A diplomatic quarter was duly created to house the foreign embassies and residences.

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  • Rome, Italy, Embassy of Sweden

    41.912292 12.507544

    The building that now houses the Embassy of Sweden in Rome was designed in the years 1965–66 and completed in 1967. In April 1977, Sweden purchased the property from the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions (PIME) through SFV's predecessor the Swedish National Board of Public Buildings. PIME, an organisation that dates back over 150 years, also owned the villa that previously stood on the same plot.

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  • Rome, Italy, residence to the Ambassador of Sweden

    41.908975 12.505353

    The Ambassador's residence is centrally located at Via di Villa Patrizi 5. The property, measuring 1,500 m2, sits in a well-maintained, leafy garden surrounded by high walls and imposing gates.

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  • Rome, Italy, the Swedish Institute Si

    The Swedish Institute in Rome was founded in 1925 to promote knowledge about antiquity and to "serve the interests of the arts and arts research". To this day, it remains an active research institute.

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  • Santiago de Chile, Ambassador’s residence

    A proud crane stretching its wings out over the Chilean hillside was the picture that architect Josefina Nordmark had in mind when she designed the Swedish Ambassador's residence in Santiago de Chile. The National Property Board Sweden (SFV) handed the property over to the Swedish Foreign Ministry (UD) in June 2006.

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  • Santiago de Chile, Embassy of Sweden

    The Embassy of Sweden in Santiago de Chile is located in an office complex in downtown Santiago.

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  • Schwedenhaus Wien in Vienna

    The Swedish State purchased this property in 1928, and it was used as both an Embassy chancery and residence up until 1964. Afterwards it has served purely as the Ambassador's residence until 2015. A major renovation of the property began in autumn 2013 and by 2015 the new Embassy of Sweden was inaugurated. Together with the OSCE secretariat the building now serves as Schwedenhaus Wien.

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  • Seoul, South Korea. Ambassador’s residence

    The Swedish Ambassador's residence in South Korea is located around five kilometres north of central Seoul, in a hilly area with incredible views of the capital.

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  • Singapore, Singapore, the Swedish Ambassador's residence

    The property that houses the Swedish Ambassador's residence in Singapore covers 1400 square meters and is located in a smart residential area around four kilometres from the city centre.

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  • Skokloster Castle

    59.70313 17.62132

    Skokloster Castle is on the Sko peninsula by Lake Mälaren between Stockholm and Uppsala. With its collections and well-preserved surroundings, the castle is a magnificent representation of Sweden’s era as a major power. The construction of the building began in 1654 by Carl Gustaf Wrangel, a prominent military man and one of the most powerful men in the Swedish Empire.

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  • Sweden’s Permanent Representation to the European Union, Brussels, Belgium

    In 2007 and 2008, the National Property Board Sweden conducted an extensive refurbishment of the premises at Square de Meeûs 30 in Brussels. The purpose was to make the property more modern and efficient ahead of Sweden's presidency of the EU in 2009.

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  • Tallinn, Estonia, Embassy of Sweden

    59.439046 24.747030

    A 60-year lease was signed between Sweden and Estonia and the fully refurbished Embassy of Sweden in Tallinn opened its doors in 1994. The property currently houses the Embassy chancery and the Ambassador's residence.

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  • Tehran, Iran, The Embassy of Sweden

    The National Property Board Sweden (SFV) has owned the property housing the Embassy of Sweden in Tehran since 1997. SFV swapped it for an undeveloped plot that the Swedish State had owned since 1963. The Swedish Foreign Ministry (UD) had actually had its Embassy operating in the building since 1994 and felt it was ideally suited for the purpose.

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  • Tel Aviv Ambassador’s residence

    The Swedish Ambassador's residence in Tel Aviv is located in the district of Herzliya Pituah, a quiet suburb that is home to several other Ambassador's residences.

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