Toppeladugård Castle

Genarp, Sweden

Toppeladugård was originally farm of the Häckeberga castle. It was divided as an estate in 1720 by Christina Piper. The current two-storey main building and two wings were built in 1918-1920 by the design of Lars Johan Lehming. Today it is privately owned.

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Founded: 1918-1920
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Sweden
Historical period: Modern and Nonaligned State (Sweden)

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Johan Persson (4 years ago)
Man kan ju tro att om man äger ett slott så ska man ha råd att köpa cyklar på faktura. 6 månader har gått och ingen betalning har skett än så länge. Intressant godsherre.
Magnus Tönnesen (4 years ago)
Det är ett bra ställe
Magnus Tönnesen (4 years ago)
Det är ett fin plats
Cecilia Stockmab (4 years ago)
Ätit middag god mat bra service bra bemötandecs
Mikael Stenkula (5 years ago)
Kom dit när sommaren var över kändes litt ödsligt
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