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Rosersberg Palace print that page

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and the building was given a new roof. New wings and colonnaded gallery were added. In 1747, Rosersberg was acquired by Baron Erland Carlsson Broman , and was again modernized with the assistance of the architect Jean Eric Rehn . Broman died in 1757, and the palace was acquired by the State

Strömsholm Palace print that page

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King Gustav Vasa had a fortress built at Strömsholm in the 1550s. This later provided the foundation for the present Strömsholm Palace, built in 1669-1674 for Queen Hedvig Eleonora to a design by Nicodemus Tessin the Elder . The palace consists of a central building framed by four square

List of castles in Sweden print that page

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This is a list of castles in Sweden . In the Swedish language the word slott , meaning castle , is used for both castles , châteaus and palaces and this article lists all of them as well as fortresses . Contents 1 A-B 2 C-E 3 F-H 4 I-L 5 M-P 6 R-S 7 T-U 8 V-Y 9

Stockholm commuter rail print that page

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company. [ edit ] Lines Stockholm commuter rail Märsta J36 Rosersberg Upplands Väsby

Désirée Clary print that page

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Désirée Clary was born in Marseille , France , the daughter of François Clary (Marseille, St. Ferreol, 24 February 1725 – Marseille, 20 January 1794), a wealthy silk manufacturer and merchant , and his second wife (m. 26 June 1759) Françoise Rose Somis (Marseille, St. Ferreol, 30 August

Solliden Palace print that page

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Gustav III's Pavilion  · Haga Palace  · The Chinese Pavilion  · Rosendal Palace  · Rosersberg Palace  · Strömsholm Palace  · Tullgarn Palace  · Ulriksdal Palace Historical Sofiero Castle  · Waldemarsudde Coordinates : 56°51′55″N 16°38

Stockholm Palace print that page

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The Stockholm Palace ( Swedish : Stockholms slott or Kungliga slottet ) is the official residence and major royal palace of the Swedish monarch . (The private residence of the royal family is Drottningholm Palace ). Stockholm Palace is located on Stadsholmen ("city island"), in Gamla Stan

Rosersberg print that page

It grew up around a railway station and got its name from the nearby Rosersberg Palace , one of the royal palaces of Sweden. Rosersberg has a station of the Stockholm commuter rail system. [ edit ] References ^ a b c "Tätorternas landareal, folkmängd och invånare per km 2 2000

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Chinese Pavilion at Drottningholm print that page

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Gustav III's Pavilion  · Haga Palace  · The Chinese Pavilion  · Rosendal Palace  · Rosersberg Palace  · Strömsholm Palace  · Tullgarn Palace  · Ulriksdal Palace Historical Sofiero Palace  · Waldemarsudde Coordinates : 59°19′01″N 17°52′43E

Sofiero Palace print that page

Sofiero

Gustav III's Pavilion  · Haga Palace  · The Chinese Pavilion  · Rosendal Palace  · Rosersberg Palace  · Strömsholm Palace  · Tullgarn Palace  · Ulriksdal Palace Historical Sofiero Palace  · Waldemarsudde