Telge Hus, also known as Ragnhildsborg, was a medieval castle. The first castle, probably built in the early 1300s, was burnt down in 1445 and the new castle built in 1448.


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Founded: 14th century
Category: Miscellaneous historic sites in Sweden
Historical period: Consolidation (Sweden)


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Pyrognats (5 months ago)
For a small attraction, the history of the ruins is well illustrated and interesting to read. The hill where the ruin is an easy climb. You can see the foundations and outline of the rooms but not much else. Apart from this, you can relax and picnic by the waters or walk around the hill. Drop by if you are close by but it's far and out of the way just to travel from Stockholm to see this. There is a small parking area close by and the walk to the attraction takes 5 minutes.
J J Theodore D'souza (10 months ago)
Loved the serenity and the tranquility that comes along with this place. Best time to visit is during Swedish summer on a bright sunny day.Just spread ur picnic blanket, utilize the designated grill spots, break the bread and spend time with ur loved ones alongside the channel...
vishal badgujar (10 months ago)
Superb weekend destination. Almost 2 km walk from nearest bus stop.
Omkar Joshi (4 years ago)
The outpost ruins give no idea about the structure that existed, more enjoyable is the walk by and the view of Linasundet.
Kristina Mattsson (5 years ago)
Härligt promenadområde!
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