"Haga Slott" Haga Things to Do Tip by sim1

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  Haga Slott
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I followed the waterside for a little while and started to see a few more people in the park, jogging, walking, and all enjoying the park in their own way. And in the distance I could see Haga Slott or also called the "Queen's Pavilion".

The "Queen's Pavilion" was built in 1802-1804 by Gustav IV Adolf, and has been used as a royal residence during several periods. The house was designed by Christoffer Gjörwell and is in Italian Villa style. For me the house didn't look that impressive, but it is nicely surrounded by some beautiful autumn coloured trees, giving it some charm. Today Haga Slott is used by the Swedish government as an accommodation for prestigious guests.

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  • Updated Jan 21, 2006
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