Crown palaces in Sweden

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Northern façade of the Royal Palace in March 2007.

The Royal palaces in the Kingdom of Sweden are the following:

The Royal Palaces are the property of the Swedish State, administered and managed through the National Property Board (Swedish: Statens fastighetsverk), and are at the disposal of the King.

Privately owned royal properties[edit]

In addition, there are also residences which are privately owned by the Royal Family, such as Solliden Palace on the island of Öland.

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