Foto: Ateljé Catellani
The Italian Embassy in Stockholm is a building that contains a great deal of
culture and history. Oak Hill, as the building was once called, was bought by
Prince Wilhelm, who later married Princess Maria Pavlovna. The architect
Ferdinand Boberg was responsible for present design of the palace. In 1926 the
building was bought by the Italian government.
Ateljé Catellani has restored many of the artworks that adorn the Italian
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