Almnäs Castle

Hjo, Sweden

Almnäs Castle was built in 1773-1776 by the General Wolter Reinhold Stackelberg. It is situated at a cove of a lake and is surrounded by notable park. Later the property belonged to the families Sparre, Bielke, Horn, Ehrensten and others. It was purchased in 1859 by Gustaf Sparre, first speaker at the Swedish Parliament, and in 1898 by Baroness Marika Dickson from Gothenburg. Almnäs is not open to the public.

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Almnäs Mejeri 1, Hjo, Sweden
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Founded: 1773-1776
Category: Castles and fortifications in Sweden
Historical period: The Age of Enlightenment (Sweden)

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