Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen 1, Bjuv, Sweden (show on map)
The construction of Vrams Gunnarstorp Castle was started in 1633 by Jørgen Vind. It represents Dutch Renaissance, so-called style of King Christian IV of Denmark. 1838 the castle came to the Tornérhjelm family. It was exchanged by the Berch family for Össjö Castle and 17 barrels of gold. It is open to he public by appointment.References:
Marienlyst Castle, Helsingør (23,8 km)
St. Peter's Church, Malmö (55,2 km)
Uraniborg Observatory Ruins, Sankt Ibb (27,6 km)
Ellinge Castle, Eslöv (38 km)
Kastellet, Copenhagen (51,4 km)
Trolleholm Castle, Svalöv (28,3 km)
Trollenäs Castle, Eslöv (31,5 km)
Carlsberg Factory, Copenhagen (55,7 km)
Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen (52,5 km)
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