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Styresholm was a mediaeval fortress near the present-day community of Kramfors. Today it is on the banks of the Ångermanälven, although in the 14th century it was on an island in the river, as the water level was some 5 metres higher than today.
The fortress was built by the Vitalian Brothers in the late 14th century as one of a series of fortresses in the Gulf of Bothnia. The name is first recorded in 1398 when its ownership was transferred to Queen Margarethe I; a Danish governor was appointed in 1400.