The first known owner of Koberg was knight Erik Nipertz in the 15th century. Later it has been owned for example by royal Vasa and Leijonhufvud (Lewenhaupt) families. The oldest eastern part of the castle dates from the mid-1400s, the middle part from 1620s and the western part from the late 1700s. The other estate buildings were built in Neo-Romantic style in 1900-1904. Today Koberg castle is the residence of Princess Désirée, Baroness Silfverschiöld and her husband Baron Nicklas Silfverschiöld.

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Founded: 15th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Sweden
Historical period: Kalmar Union (Sweden)

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Ester Galesso (4 years ago)
Beautiful!
Susan Seymour (4 years ago)
Really enjoyed the Christmas market
Fredrika Germundsson (5 years ago)
The castle is wonderful and worth a visit during the days that it is open. I was there during the Christmas market, together with a lot of people. On the negatives is that it is private property so you will not be able to enter the main building, and visiting days are restricted for the public.
Daniel Jareteg (5 years ago)
Crowded, small, not friendly for strollers. Not worth the entrance fee
Johan Lindblom (5 years ago)
Very nice place with beautiful surroundings. Visited the christmas market they have each year and made some great bargains!
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