Agnes Felber's Travel- Scandinavia Posts

Consecrated in 1617, the chapel is also part of the museum. It is the best preserved part of the Renaissance complex, having largely escaped damage in the 1859…

The room on the ground floor in the King's Wing known as the Rose was originally a dining room for the king and his courtiers. It was destroyed by the fire in…

The castle's story dates back to a fortress, Krogen (lit. “the Hook”), built in the 1420s by the Danish king, Eric of Pomerania. The king insisted on the…

The chapel is located in the ground floor of the south wing and was inaugurated in 1582. In 1785, as the castle was being fitted for use as army barracks, the…

The castle's story dates back to a stronghold, Krogen, built by King Eric VII in the 1420s. Along with the fortress Kärnan, Helsingborg on the opposite coast of…
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