Admiralty House (Stockholm)
Built in 1647-50 as the Admiralty Board moved over to Skeppsholmen, and probably designed by Louis Gillis, a Dutch architect operating in Stockholm since the 1620s, it was built in a Dutch Renaissance style with stepped gables, much like the present building, but the lime stone portal is the only part remaining from this period. In 1680-1750 it was used as an archive, and then as a corn stable until 1794 when rebuilt as a barrack.
- "Skepps- och Kastellholmarna : Amiralitetshuset (Kasern 1)". Stockholm: Stockholms Sjögård. 2006-03-30. Retrieved 2007-01-30.
- Johan Mårtelius (1999). "Södra Innerstaden". Guide till Stockholms arkitektur (2nd ed.). Stockholm: Arkitektur förlag. p. 133. ISBN 91-86050-41-9.
- "Amiralitetshuset på Skeppsholmen". Stockholm: Statens fastighetsverk. Archived from the original on 21 February 2007. Retrieved 2007-01-30.
- Staffan Nilsson (2005-05-16). "Palatium Admiralitatis" (PDF). Stockholm: Statens fastighetsverk. Retrieved 2007-01-30.[dead link]
- Swedish Tourist Association - Official site
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