Kristineberg Palace

Stockholm, Sweden

Kristineberg Palace in Kungsholmen was built around 1750 for the businessman R. Schröder. The palace was surrounded by parks and the property included a great deal of the surrounding land. In 1864 the property was bought by the Swedish Freemasonry and additional construction on the palace was made. Stockholm City bought the land in 1921 and started building the Kristineberg district, and today part of the palace is used as a school.



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Founded: 1750
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Sweden
Historical period: The Age of Liberty (Sweden)

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Abdelrahaman “Globe trotter” Eltahan (3 years ago)
Amazing place. So much history and culture to pick up and absorb. The staff are incredibly knowledgeable, helpful and always happy to share information about the palace. The very visible pride, dedication and eagerness of the staff humming about the place (and with Gusto!) makes the visit here just that much more exciting. Tip: Ask questions and take in the experience.
Amber Webb (3 years ago)
Absolutely stunning interior! The rooms are so elegant and the colors are amazing. I would also reccomend checking the schedule to see when the changing of the guards takes place, very neat thing to watch! I would definitely reccomend visiting!
Hamd Fareed (4 years ago)
A very nice and royal place. You can feel the royal atmosphere. The courtyard is not so big but still is worth visiting.
Qasim Sarfraz (4 years ago)
Overall nice surrounding. Standing on the right side where kings and queen did speaches and imagining yourself is interesting experience. :P
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