Crown palaces in Sweden
The Royal palaces (Crown palaces) in Sweden are the following:The Royal Palaces are the property of the Swedish State through the National Property Board (Swedish: Statens fastighetsverk) and are ...
Tessin Palace
The Tessin Palace is a baroque town house located in Gamla Stan, the old town in central Stockholm. Located next to the Royal Palace, it is facing Slottsbacken, the major approach to the Stockholm P...
Tessin Palace - Wikipedia
Gustav III's Pavilion
Gustav III's Pavilion (Swedish: Gustav III:s paviljong) is a royal pavilion at the Haga Park, 2 km north of Stockholm. As a highlight in Swedish art history, the Pavilion is a fine example o...
Gustav III's Pavilion - Wikipedia
Haga Palace
18°02′22″E / 59.36361°N 18.03944°E / 59.36361; 18.03944Haga Palace (Swedish: Haga slott), formerly known as the Queen's Pavilion (Swedish: Drottningens paviljong), is ...
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Tullgarn Palace
Tullgarn Palace (Swedish: Tullgarns slott) is a royal summer palace in the province of Södermanland, south of Stockholm, Sweden. Built in the 1720s, the palace offers a mixture of rococo, Gustavi...
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Harpsund
Harpsund is a manor house located in Flen Municipality, Södermanland County, Sweden. Since May 22, 1953 Harpsund has been used as a country residence for the Prime Minister of Sweden.
The oldest p...
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Uppsala Castle
Uppsala Castle (Swedish: Uppsala Slott) is a 16th-century royal castle in the historical city of Uppsala, Sweden. Throughout much of its early history, the castle played a major role in the history of...
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Gripsholm Castle
Gripsholm Castle (Swedish: Gripsholms slott) is a castle in Mariefred, Södermanland, Sweden. It is located by lake Mälaren in south central Sweden, in the municipality of Strängnäs, about 60 ...
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Drottningholm Palace
The Drottningholm Palace (Swedish: Drottningholms slott) is the private residence of the Swedish royal family. It is located in Drottningholm. Built on the island Lovön (in Ekerö Municipality of S...
Drottningholm Palace - Wikipedia
Sager House
The Sager House (Swedish: Sagerska huset) or Sager Palace (Sagerska palatset) is the official residence of the Prime Minister of Sweden, located at Strömgatan 18 in central Stockholm.
The Sage...
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Rosersberg Palace
Rosersberg Palace (Swedish: Rosersbergs slott) is one of the Royal Palaces of Sweden. Situated on the shores of Lake Mälaren, on the outskirts of Stockholm, it was built in the 1630s by the Oxenst...
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Ulriksdal Palace
Ulriksdal Palace (Swedish: Ulriksdals slott) is a royal palace situated on the banks of the Edsviken in the Royal National City Park in Solna Municipality, 6 km north of Stockholm. It was or...
Ulriksdal Palace - Wikipedia
Stockholm Palace
The Stockholm Palace or The Royal Palace (Swedish: Stockholms slott or Kungliga slottet) is the official residence and major royal palace of the Swedish monarch (the actual residence of King Carl ...
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Rosendal Palace
Rosendal Palace (Swedish: Rosendals slott) is a Swedish palace pavilion located at the Djurgården, an island in central Stockholm. It was built between 1823 and 1827 for King Karl XIV Johan, the...
Rosendal Palace - Wikipedia
Strömsholm Palace
Strömsholm Palace, sometimes called Strömsholm Castle (Swedish: Strömsholms slott), is a Swedish royal palace. The baroque palace is built on the site of a fortress from the 1550s, located on an ...
Strömsholm Palace - Wikipedia
Kalmar Castle
Kalmar Castle (Swedish: Kalmar slott) is a castle in Kalmar, the province of Småland in Sweden.
During the twelfth century a round defensive tower was built on Kalmarsund and a harbour constru...
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Chinese Pavilion at Drottningholm
The Chinese Pavilion (Swedish: Kina slott), located in the grounds of the Drottningholm Palace park, is a Chinese-inspired royal pavilion originally built between 1753–1769. The pavilion is curren...
Chinese Pavilion at Drottningholm - Wikipedia