Dybäck Castle

Skivarp, Sweden

Dybäck estate was first mentioned in the 1300s. It was owned by several Danish noble families like Munck, Bille and Marsvin. In 1684 it was divided between Jorgen and Christian Bille. Their family owned the estate until 1857.

The oldest building is a barracks, built in the late 1400s. The main building was built in the 1500s and enlarged about hundred years later. Today Dybäck is privately owned and not open to the public.

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Dybäck 4165A, Skivarp, Sweden
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Founded: 15th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Sweden
Historical period: Kalmar Union (Sweden)

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Kais_page (10 months ago)
A private castle with closed roads. We pass such places. There are more beautiful castles that want our attention. I want the owners to know that I think it's bad that you, like many other castles, can not be open around the castle. Most of us respect that it is private housing. Did not get a single photo of the castle because of this! Bad when you have traveled so many miles.
Hilding Jerrhag (12 months ago)
Very Nice
Tomas Persson (2 years ago)
Warning. The place is closed to the public. There are signs stating “no access, private area”
nodi15 (2 years ago)
because I worked on its renovation
Ulf Ljungberg (2 years ago)
The little ones I've seen, it's a beautiful place.
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