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Tullgarn Palace print that page

twentieth century. However, the palace was originally built for Duke Fredrik Adolf in the 1770s. Since Tullgarn was a popular summer palace amongst Swedish royalty, the palace houses fine examples of interiors from different epochs and personal styles, such as the small drawing room, decorated

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Chinese Pavilion at Drottningholm print that page

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The Chinese Pavilion  · Rosendal Palace  · Rosersberg Palace  · Strömsholm Palace  · Tullgarn Palace  · Ulriksdal Palace Historical Sofiero Palace  · Waldemarsudde Coordinates : 59°19′01″N 17°52′43″E / 59.31694°N 17.87861°E / 59

Sophie Hagman print that page

Sophie_Hagman

Information about her background is not entirely confirmed [ 1 ] Sophie Hagman was likely the daughter of a gamekeeper and former member of the Södermanland regiment. In 1780, Prince Frederick expressed his intention to do something for the soldier Lars Hagman from Strängnäs , who was

Prince Vilhelm, Duke of Södermanland print that page

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On 3 May 1908, in Tsarskoye Selo Wilhelm married Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia . She was a daughter of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich of Russia and Princess Alexandra of Greece . Wilhelm and Maria had only one son Prince Lennart , Duke of Småland and later Count Bernadotte af Wisborg

Christina Gyllenstierna print that page

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future king Gustav I , through her mother's other marriage. Her father was Niels Eriksen, Lord of Tullgarn (also written Nils Eriksson, and surnamed "Gyllenstjerna" by later historians). Christina's family belonged to the highest Swedish nobility of this "Regency" era. During this period

Stockholm Palace print that page

Royal-Palace-Stockholm

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

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

Rosersberg Palace print that page

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In late 17th century, the Renaissance style was out of fashion and Oxenstierna's son, Bengt Oxenstierna , had it radically modernised in the then current Rococo style under the architect Nicodemus Tessin the Younger . The gables of the main building were demolished and the building was given

Solliden Palace print that page

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The Chinese Pavilion  · Rosendal Palace  · Rosersberg Palace  · Strömsholm Palace  · Tullgarn Palace  · Ulriksdal Palace Historical Sofiero Castle  · Waldemarsudde Coordinates : 56°51′55″N 16°38′06″E / 56.86516667°N 16.63488889

Sofiero Palace print that page

Sofiero

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