Mörby Castle Ruins

Rånäs, Sweden

Mörby was first mentioned 1387 as built by the knight Henrik Damerow. Since 1452 it was owned by Oxenstierna family over 250 years. 1550 the castle was rebuilt after a fire. In 1733 it was left as a decay and the roof was ripped off and moved to Ekeby Castle. Finally Mörby was destroyed by fire in 1740. Today still impressive ruins remain including a tower body.



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1067, Rånäs, Sweden
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Founded: 1387
Category: Ruins in Sweden
Historical period: Consolidation (Sweden)


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Mikaela (2 years ago)
Beautiful old ruin. It's a bit of a walk from Fasterna church, where you park. The ruin is also gated off so that you can't go inside, since the ruin is fragile and might collapse.
Magnus Vincelli (3 years ago)
Awesome old ruin to visit
Magnus Bridén (3 years ago)
Awesome old ruin to visit
Kristian Hodén (3 years ago)
Even more difficult to reach the castle now as there are cows in the way.
Drew Borgstedte (4 years ago)
Easy to understand directions and helpful staff
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