Christinehof Castle

Brösarp, Sweden

Christinehof Castle was built between 1737 and 1740 in the German Baroque style. It was a residence of countess Christina Piper, who had acquired the near Andrarums ironworks couple of years earlier.



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Founded: 1737-1740
Category: Castles and fortifications in Sweden
Historical period: The Age of Liberty (Sweden)


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ancientpatrician (15 months ago)
An interesting spot for anyone interested in local history of Skåne. There is a small cafe inside with coffee and ice cream.
Kenden Bhutia (17 months ago)
Hidden,laid back and beautiful walking in this eco park with family, freinds and they have apple must. Buy one bottle and check out the taste. For me I liked it but for u i dont know so I do recommend 1bottle that suits ur pocket 45 or 75 kr.
Alfons Hurtado (2 years ago)
Very nice castle with beautiful grounds. Didn’t visit the interior since we found the entrance free a bit off putting. However the surroundings are very enjoyable and it’s part of an ecopark which offers lots of possibilities to visit and hikes. Has a nice caffe with a good selection of pastries. Would definitely recommend.
Ivette Colliander (2 years ago)
Really nice place, beautiful views and nature
Ginger Bunting (2 years ago)
A wonderful experience. Beautiful castle with a great historic value. Seeing is believing!
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