Sävstaholm Palace

Vingåker, Sweden

Sävstaholm palace was built during 1666 by Gustav Larsson Sparre (1625-1689), a Swedish baron, diplomat, and governor. Since 1968, it has been owned by Vingåker Municipality.

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Founded: 1666
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Sweden
Historical period: Swedish Empire (Sweden)

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Rafyl M.R.M.A (2 years ago)
Mycket trevligt ställe❤
Cecilia Öhmam (2 years ago)
Så fridfullt!
Malin AE (3 years ago)
Sneak peek på slottet under renovering. Blir jättefint.
Jake Winkel (3 years ago)
Very beautiful
Roland Andersson (4 years ago)
Ok
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