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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www.soeholt.nu

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Annemarie Thomassen (2 years ago)
Så smukt sted med kæmpe gamle egetræer ned mod søen
Anders Nicolai Thaarup (2 years ago)
Dejlig oplevelse
Søren Jensen (2 years ago)
Temmeligt stort anlæg, med meget gamle og høje hække og meget gamle træer, nyere hyggeligt orangeri med mere. Stedet har sikkert for mange år siden været super flot, men nu er det mere en park som tidligere har været en barokhave, men udemærket sted at gå en tur.
John Rudolf Holm Olsen (2 years ago)
En grøn barok ramme, næsten helt uden indhold. Vi så et lækkert orangeri, med nøglen sidende i. Det virker på mig som et ambitiøst projekt der er gået istå.
Falke Petersen (2 years ago)
Tja, langt mere spændende at gå en tur i skoven
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