Unknown palaces in Stockholm




Photo: Royal Court Gustav II Pavillion/Rosendal/Ulriksdal
There are more to see in the National City Park than beautiful parklands and woods. Here are also three of the Royal summer pleasure retreats:

Gustav III´s Pavilion at Haga Park is one of the highlights of Swedish art history and is one of the finest examples of the European Neo-Classicism of the late 1700s in Northern Europe

Rosendal Palace,  located on the island of Djurgården close to Rosendals Gardencafé and was built in the 1820s for King Karl XIV Johan, the first Bernadotte.

Ulriksdals Palace is situated on the banks of Edviken Lake in the National City Park in Stockholm. The palace was built in the 1600s and visitors to the palace witness many different epochs. Several Swedish regents have left their mark on Ulriksdal. Queen Kristina built a pleasure garden in front of the palace and Hedvig Elenora built an Orangery in the park


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