Thursday, March 26, 2009

I Capture A Winter Castle, part II

IMG_2502

Tureholm, Trosa, more here

IMG_2604

Djursholm castle
, Danderyd municipality building, suburb Stockholm

IMG_2700

Noors castle, outside Uppsala, private home

IMG_2726

Salsta castle
, outside Uppsala, owned by the state, golf course, café, opened to the public in summers, and part of its...

IMG_2732

... lovely views

IMG_2960

Östanå castle, outside Norrtälje, more here

IMG_3915

Ekolsund castle
, Enköping, conference facilities, more here and here

IMG_4955

Örby castle
, Stockholm suburbs, Vietnam's embassy since the 1970ies

IMG_5040

Sturehov castle
, Stockholm suburbs, more here, here and here

IMG_5451

Margretelund castle, Stockholm suburbs, private home


IMG_5605


Yxtaholm castle, outside Flen, conference facilities with a way prettier stable building than the actual castle


IMG_5601


IMG_5640



Stenhammar castle, outside Flen, owned by the state yet not opened to the public, neither garden nor castle

So, which might be your favourite castle amongst these?

Winter castles, part I here

6 comments:

Holler said...

You can see there is a paticular style running through all these houses and castles. I think it must be the windows. I do love architecture.

Holler said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
P.K said...

Salsta castle is my favourite

Pia K said...

Clever you are, Holler, I haven't noticed that before actually! I just see the overall buildings, their settings and other details but not the windows. Windowspotting just haven't got the same appealing ring to it as castle spotting does...;)

Mine too, P.K, unusually situated and with a lovely desolate but still well kept feel to it. Can't wait to get back there in the summer!

Landscapeideas Team said...

beautiful castles...and nice photos..

Pia K said...

Pleased you think so, LT:)

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...