Tullgarn Palace, Sörmland
Tullgarn Palace is a former summer residence located on the Häggnäsviken Bay in Trosa, Sörmland.
The Palace was built in the 1720s, and was acquired for the crown in 1772 by King Gustav III, who leant the Palace to his younger brother Duke Fredrik Adolf.
Major interior changes were made following 1881, when King Gustav V took over the Palace with his consort, Queen Victoria.
Tullgarn Palace - Kungahuset [NS4 version]
Stockholm, Sweden" a Royal Greeting. All set to congratulate their great grandfather, King Gustaf V of Sweden, during yesterday's 91st birthday celebration, are (left to right), Princess Birgitta, Little Prince Carl Gustaf and the Princess Margaretha, Christina, and Desiree. The old Monarch celebrated his birthday with the royal family at the royal Castle of Tullgarn.
Entrance to Salon at Tullgarn Palace, Sweden. An doorway leads into a salon furnished with a parquet floor and ornately gilded walls. Tullgarn Palace, Sweden.
A vast lawn stretches toward Tullgarn Palace, also called Tullgarns Slott, in Vagnharad, Sweden.
The terrase on the backside
Flowers form ornamental design
Flowers form ornamental design
A detail in Tullgarn Palace's Green Bedroom shows part of the green-striped bed and a gilded boisserie.
From the Tullgarn Palace broschure:
In the room 'Lilla förmaket' (see file name) there is now a small tree table with glass, keeping the guestbook and the page you can see the self written signatures of the last Tsar Family of Russia. They came to Tullgarn on an official visit with a large ship in their last years...
the first picture is the best picutre from Tullgarn, THANKS. :)
Great pictures !
It looks like a beautiful place, but my favorite picture is of little Crown Prince Carl Gustaf with his sisters. Such a happy little prince !
Yes. Great photos once again by Grand Duchess of another palace. Tullgarn is quite lovely.
My pictures of the palaces I visited this past summer and then added pictures off are taking a bit much of my bandwidth at Photobucket. I will let the broschure and Corbis pics be in my earlier posts be, but I will now re-post the pictures I took myself of the palaces as attachments.
My pictures of Tullgarn Palace from 25 July 2004:
how is it used today
i think madeleine and carl philip have had parties there
but can one live in it?
The breakfast room is decorated in southern German Renaissance style from the 1890s.
The Blue Salon, Tullgarn Palace's parade room, has during this year been under careful painting restoration, which should be ready in November.
Blå salongen på Tullgarns slott Berlinerblå efter restaurering - Statens fastighetsverk
Beautiful palace. I suppose no longer used as the kings summer residence since the Kings prefer the Soliden palace?
From the Instagram of Håkan Groth, a photographer and antique dealer
The Dining Room
Gustaf V's Billiards Room
The Small Ante Room
The Red Salon
The State Bedroom
A French porcelain vase from the 1820's with a painting of the Palais de Saint-Cloud.
Tullgarn is still an official Royal Residence and the Royal Family has access to a guest apartment there for when they are visiting the Palace or hosting an event there but no one lives there anymore.
Tullgarn Palace in spring 2016, photo from the Facebook of The National Property Board
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