Karlberg Palace (Swedish: [kaɭˈbærj]) is a palace by the Karlberg Canal in Solna Municipality in Sweden, adjacent to Stockholm's Vasastaden district. The palace, built in 1630, today houses the Military Academy Karlberg.Arrange to visit Karlberg Palace and other attractions in Solna using our Solna holiday planning tool.
In the palace park are found, among other things, a "temple of Diana" (originally dedicated to Neptune) and the burial site of Pompe, the dog of King Charles XII.
Notwithstanding that the palace remains a military institution, the palace park is accessible to the public and is open daily between 6 AM and 10 PM.
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Beautiful place, has a small park you can sit down and enjoy the sun. Really nice. If you keep walking through it, you will find some good restaurants on the other side of the street.
A green beautiful area in the city next to water. Well maintained and one can walk with the water and enjoy the nature around it. Very close to the center.
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