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It is from Ulriksdal that Queen Kristina's coronation procession began. It has also been a military hospital and a home for war veterans....

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King Gustav Vasa laid the groundwork for Strömsholm Palace when he had an estate built on an island in the Kolbäck River in the 1550s. Af...

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The pink furnishings and décor of the summer palace are largely made from Swedish materials, including marble from Kolmården and porphyry...

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Haga bears witness to King Gustav III's yearning for a rural idyll and great luxury. The guests invited here by the king include the poet...

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It says a lot about King Gustav III's interest in the theatre and its personal importance for him that he deemed it necessary to have a f...

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The Royal Palace of Stockholm has a history that stretches back more than a thousand years. From the Middle Ages to the present day. This...

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Karl XI's Gallery is, perhaps, the most magnificent room in the Royal Palace of Stockholm. Anyone who has seen photographs of the Hall of...

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One July evening in 1753, Queen Lovisa Ulrika was surprised with a fantastic birthday present. In the far section of Drottningholm Pal...

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The Hercules fountain is located at the centre of the Baroque Garden, with its bronze figures by the leading sculptor of the Baroque peri...

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For more than 400 years, Drottningholm Palace has been a place for recreation and cultural encounters. Queen Dowager Hedvig Eleonora, Que...

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The Riddarholmen Church is Sweden's royal burial church. Up until 1950, seventeen monarchs were buried here. The church hides many histor...

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1523–1973–2023 Vasa to Bernadotte

Visit the exhibition 'Daisy: Crown Princess Margareta' from the comfort of your own home. Step into her apartment at the Royal Palace and...

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Ulriksdal Palace, with its beautiful location, was due to become Crown Princess Margareta and Gustaf Adolf's home. But things did not wor...

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1915 saw the publication of a ground-breaking new book about garden design in Sweden, written in an unusually modest, personal style. The...

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The popular Crown Princess Margareta made a strong impression on Sweden. She was a pioneer within many areas, and changed both contempora...

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"Over the centuries, clocks have played an important role here at the palace – both for keeping time and as decorative objects. Not only ...

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Course of time Royal clocks

"I was on my way to meet my future father-in-law to ask for Sofia's hand in marriage. It was the most significant journey of my life."

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The wedding of Princess Madeleine and Mr Christopher O'Neill took place on 8 June 2013 in the Royal Chapel at the Royal Palace.

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Crown Princess Victoria was the first of The King and Queen's three children to get married. The year was 2010. It was a big event. Not o...

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On 7 December 1976, less than six months after The King and Queen's wedding, Prince Bertil and Mrs Lilian Craig were married in the Royal...

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… and, as people always say, something just 'clicked' – and has continued to click ever since.

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1976–2015 Royal wedding dresses

The exhibition was opened on 28 August 2015 – what would have been Princess Lilian's 100th birthday. The Queen gave a vivid, personal ope...

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Come on a virtual tour of the previous exhibition The Lilian Look, and see clothing fit for a princess up close. Click on the image above...

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In an interview, Princess Lilian's designer Elisabeth Wondrak described a unique 'Lilian look' – a soft, refined elegance that characteri...

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The Lilian Look

The successful exhibition 'Look at the rugs – find me' featuring textile artist Märta Måås-Fjetterström's work has been documented, and i...

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Märta Måås-Fjetterström left more than 700 patterns. Thanks to her sketches, the craftsmanship and the cultural heritage live on.

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