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Museum Tre Kronor
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Museum Tre Kronor

In this museum in the cellars of the Royal Palace, remnants of the Tre Kronor Castle, destroyed by fire in 1697, iare exhibited. See sections of defence walls raised in the 1200s along with artefacts rescued from the flames and hear the whole story of Tre Kronor.

  • Address

    Kungliga slottet 111 30 Stockholm

  • Phone +46 (0) 8 402 61 30
  • Webpage
  • Price 160 SEK

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