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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Michael Høgh (11 months ago)
Nice garden, but could be better cared for ....... when you have to pay entrance fee!
niels pedersen (11 months ago)
Markus Roeder (13 months ago)
It is a big garden that promises more than it really is. Lots of bushes that give a baroque atmosphere. But even the fountain in the middle casts doubt on it. Except for the greenhouse, not necessarily worth seeing. The main house is nice but you can't get closer than 500m
javier lopez (14 months ago)
It sucks
H.E. Harsema (2 years ago)
Great spot.worth the visit
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