Karsholm Castle was first time mentioned in 1336. The current exterior originates from 1862, when the castle was reconstructed to the neo-Renaissance style by Rudolf Hodder Stjernswärd. Today the castle is owned by Treschow family and in private use.

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Founded: 1862
Category: Castles and fortifications in Sweden
Historical period: Union with Norway and Modernization (Sweden)

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Julia Radovici (2 months ago)
Alt var lukket så der var ingen adgang til selve slottet. Man kunne gå en lille tur ved søen og ikke andet. Men flot område.
Dragan Nedelen (7 months ago)
Skånes största slott till ytan. Fantastisk vy över Oppmannasjön.
Žygimantas Buržinskas (9 months ago)
Nice but private
Daniel Krenmayr (2 years ago)
nice private castle - you are not allowed to enter or do something else
Gustaf Renman (2 years ago)
Sätter enligt kristianstadsbladet upp taggtråd på markerna, i halshöjd på ställen där det cyklats länge. Vem vill ha något att göra med makägare som ämnar att skada cyklister allvarligt? Vidrigt. Varför ska man då besöka om de har en sån attityd? Otroligt vidrigt.
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