Solliden Palace

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Coordinates: 56°51′55″N 16°38′06″E / 56.86516667°N 16.63488889°E / 56.86516667; 16.63488889

Solliden Palace in August 2006.

Solliden Palace -- commonly known as just Solliden -- is the summer residence of the Swedish Royal Family[1] and the personal private property of King Carl XVI Gustaf.[citation needed] The palace is situated near the Borgholm Castle ruin on the island of Öland in southern Sweden along its Baltic coast.[2] The Royal Family uses the palace for celebrating Victoriadagen.


  1. ^ "Solliden Palace | Balcony life and royal maps at Solliden Palace". Scan Magazine. 2019-05-12. Retrieved 2020-01-20.
  2. ^ "Solliden on Oland - Castles, Palaces and Fortresses". Retrieved 2020-01-20.

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