Sweden has many beautiful natural landscapes and massive constructions with great historical significance. One of the most famous buildings in Sweden is Drottningholm Palace built on the island of Stockholm in the 16th century. This is the residence of the Royal Swedish family.
The architecture of Drottningholm palace is classic, very unique, and Western. Entering inside the palace is the scene of the palace decorated with splendid, lavish items.
Standing in front of the palace you will see a baroque garden, surrounded by yellow lemon trees. In the middle of the yard is a mag fountain named Hercules by the famous Dutch sculptor Adriaen de Vries. It was created in 1600.
Located in Kalmar in the east of Sweden, Kalmar castle was built in the early 12th century and has a life span of over 800 years. Not only that, Kalmar is also the pride and pride of the people of Sweden. Kalmarr Castle has 3 sides adjacent to the Baltic Sea, with a wooden bridge.
The castle has 4 main towers and a small main gate. Coming to Kalmar castle you will learn about the long history and culture of Sweden.
Abisko National Park is a national park in the province of Lapland, Kiruna – the largest city in Northern Sweden. This place was created to save, preserve and preserve nature. Abisko National Park la nurture and conserve many birds.
Coming to Abisko National Park, you can go skiing, rock climbing, or hiking and organize a reindeer tour of Northern Sweden. All will bring you the experience.
Located in the heart of the city of Lund, Lund Cathedral is a vast church. It was built many years ago and is also a unique architecture in Sweden. This is also the symbol of the ancient city of Lund, thousands of years old.
Coming here, you will feel like you are lost in a world full of mysteries and wonders of architectural works carrying the ancient.