23 April 2009

Haga Park



Today the swedish Royal Court announced that Crown Princess Victoria and her future husband will live at Haga Palace in the future. A date for the move is not known yet. Haga Palace was also the Residence of her grandparents Prine Gustaf Adolf and Princess Sibylla, née Princess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. King Carl XVI,. Gustaf and his four older sister where all born there and the King spend his early childhood there but after his father died in a plance crash in early 1947 his mother moved with the children to the Royal palace in Stockholm. Since 1966 it was used by the swedish State to accomodate Guests.

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The Gardenfront







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The Temple of the Echo





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The Pavilllon of Gustaf III.


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The Copper tents

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The Entrance Gates to the Royal Burial Ground


On the Royal Burial Ground was first buired in 1920 Crown Princess Margaretthe first wife of the future King Gustaf VI. Adolf. Since then more members of the Royal Family have been buried there among them King Gustaf VI. Adolf and Queen Louise, Prine Gustaf Adolf andPrincess Sibylla, Prince Carl and Princess Ingeborg and in 1997 Prince Bertil.

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