Rådhuset is a beautiful building located in Kungsholmen, Sweden. It is the former city hall of Stockholm and today houses the Ministry of Transportation. It was designed in the late 19th century Neo-Renaissance style and is a grand example of classical Swedish architecture. The building is five stories high with a copper roof and tall columns adorning the front entrance. Inside the building is just as impressive as the outside, with overhanging balconies, high ceilings and curved staircases that travel throughout the entire building. The building has been featured in several Swedish films and has even been used as a background for royalty. Visitors can admire the exterior of the building or snap a few pictures of the surrounding gardens.