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The destination for visiting history buffs

The Royal Place’s former armoury constitutes the country’s oldest museum, established by King Gustavus Adolphus in 1628. The scene inside is dark and atmospheric, the sometimes macabre artefacts on display here – including the founder’s blood-spattered elk-hide coat from Sweden’s campaign in Poland or Gustav III’s mask, worn at the ball where he was assassinated – are individually lit up. Royal costumes, saddles, carriages and gifts from visiting dignitaries combine to give a consummate picture of the life and times of Sweden’s royals. 


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