The Royal Armoury at the Royal Palace is definitely worth a visit. See the shining armour, the exquisite ballgowns, the ... More
The Royal Armoury
The Royal Armoury at the Royal Palace is definitely worth a visit. See the shining armour, the exquisite ballgowns, the ornate royal coaches, the knightly weapons and much more. This is the perfect place for traveling back in time to the chivalrous Middle Ages with brave knights and fair maidens, and perhaps a dragon or two.
Ulriksdal Palace (Ulriksdalslott) was originally called Jacobsdal after Jacob de la Gardie, for whom the palace was built in the
1640s. Originally built in Renaissance style, it has been transformed several times, by Nicodemus Tessin. Queen Hedvig Eleonora purchased ...
Kungliga Biblioteket, the royal library, was constructed in the sixteenth century. Since 1661, a copy of everything that has been
printed in Sweden has ended up in its archives. Initially, the collection was stored in the attic of the ...
The Birka archaeological site is located on Björkö Island in Lake Mälar and was occupied in the 9th and 10th
centuries. Hovgården is situated on the neighbouring island of Adelsö. Together, they make up an archaeological complex which illustrates ...