Søholt Manor

Maribo, Denmark

Søholt estate was first time mentioned in 1389. The current main building dates from 1804 and it was restored in 1853. The pavilion from 1822 has been survived.



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Søholtvej 41, Maribo, Denmark
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Gert Larsen (9 months ago)
Good guided tour with collectors for the Cancer Society Rødby/Holeby dept.
Pamela (2 years ago)
A lovely garden but only one of the gates was opened. You can not walk around the castle, it is private.
Kasper Højriis (3 years ago)
Beautiful place but dont expect to spent multiple hours here. The whole park can be completed in a 30 minute walk.
kuno fjeldmark (3 years ago)
A little advertised!
Michael Høgh (4 years ago)
Nice garden, but could be better cared for ....... when you have to pay entrance fee!
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