Haga Castle

Haga Palace (Haga slott in Swedish), also known as the Queen's Pavilion, is located in Hagaparken, Solna Municipality in Metropolitan Stockholm, Sweden. It was built in 1802 – 1804 by King Gustav IV Adolf, and designed by the city architect Christoffer Gjörwell.

It has been the home or summerhouse for several members of the Swedish royal family, most notable it was the birthplace of the present King, until 1966 when King Gustaf VI Adolf transferred its disposal to the government and is was turned into a guesthouse for distinguished foreign official visitors. 2009 it was announced by Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt that the rights of disposal to the palace will be transferred back to the royal court to be used by Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden and her fiancée as a wedding gift in 2010.
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