Sävstaholm

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Sävstaholm
Sweden
Safstaholmsslott.JPG
Coordinates59°02′46″N 15°52′56″E / 59.04611°N 15.88222°E / 59.04611; 15.88222Coordinates: 59°02′46″N 15°52′56″E / 59.04611°N 15.88222°E / 59.04611; 15.88222
TypeCastle

Sävstaholm Castle (Sävstaholms slott) is a castle in Vingåker Municipality, Södermanland County, Sweden.[1] the name is sometimes spelled Säfstaholm, which is according to old Swedish spelling rules.

History[edit]

The palace was built during 1666 by Gustav Larsson Sparre (1625-1689), a Swedish baron, diplomat, and governor. Since 1968, it has been owned by Vingåker Municipality.[2]

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References[edit]

Other sources[edit]

  • Furborg, Lars (1994) En konstepok på Säfstaholm 1797-1855 (Vingåkers kommun) ISBN 91-972059-1-5

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