Carl Christoffer Gjörwell

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The Echo Temple at Haga is one of Gjörwell's better known works.

Carl Christoffer Gjörwell (the younger) (19 January 1766 Stockholm – 14 November 1837) was a city architect in Stockholm, Sweden. He was the son of Carl Christoffer Gjörwell Sr..[1]

Some of his buildings include Garnisonssjukhuset ("The garrison hospital", a hospital building on Kungsholmen, today a council house), the main building of the Royal Academy of Turku, the Old Academy Building in Turku and the Haga Palace.


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