Näsbyholm Castle

Skurup, Sweden

Näsbyholm Castle was known since the 14th century as a fortified manor house. The current main building corps de logis was erected 1957 on the old castle land lot, a castle that was demolished 1865.

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Founded: 1957
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Sweden
Historical period: Modern and Nonaligned State (Sweden)

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Lisa Löfgren (3 months ago)
Frans Henrik Kockum (2 years ago)
Martin Nelson (2 years ago)
Fantastiskt fint, ordning och reda, verkligen riktigt bra!
mats hansson (2 years ago)
adrian mc mullan (2 years ago)
I lived here for short time with the Lady countess manor lis of lovelace her family home
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