Thorskog House (Swedish : Thorskogs slott) is a manor house in Bohuslän, Sweden. It is located in Lilla Edet Municipality. It was built in 1892 in accordance with the plans of architect Carl Fahlström (1854-1920).
Thorskogs slott operates as a hotel and is open to the public with forty furnished rooms and restaurant facilities. Thorskogs slott was the location for the 2009 and 2010 season of the SVT show Stjärnorna på slottet.
Täby Municipality is a municipality north of Stockholm in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Täby. Täby Municipality can be characterized as a suburb of Stockholm.
Örebro Castle is a medieval castle fortification at Svartån in Örebro County, Sweden. It was expanded during the reign of the royal family Vasa and finally rebuilt about 1900. Some of the rooms are used as classrooms for pupils from Karolinska gymnasiet.
Läckö Castle is a medieval castle in Sweden, located on Kållandsö island on Lake Vänern, 25 kilometers north of Lidköping in Västergötland, Sweden.
Linköping Castle is situated at Linköping in Östergötland, Sweden. It stands opposite Linköping Cathedral.
Västerås Castle is situated at Västerås in the province of Västmanland, Sweden.
Brokind Castle is a manor house situated south of Linköping in Östergötland, Sweden.
Svartsjö Palace is a Rococo palace situated in Svartsjö on the island of Färingsö in lake Mälaren. It lies just outside of Stockholm.
Svaneholm Castle is located on the shore of Lake Svaneholmssjön in Skurup Municipality, Scania, Sweden. It has been used as a filming location including for the TV series Wallander.
Åkerö Manor is a manor house in Södermanland, Sweden. Although an estate with a history going back to the Middle Ages, the presently visible manor house complex was commissioned in 1748 by Carl Gustaf Tessin (1695-1770) and designed by Carl Hårleman. It is a fine example of Rococo manor house architecture in Sweden.
Bellinga Castle is situated in Ystad Municipality, Scania, Sweden. The mansion was built in Italian Renaissance style in the 1860s, by Amelie Elisabet Charlotta Piper (1836–1921) and her husband Member of Parliament and Foreign Minister, Carl Fredrik Hochschild (1831-1898).
Gripenberg Castle is a wooden manor house near Tranås in Småland, Sweden. It is considered to be the biggest wooden castle in Sweden and one of the oldest that remain today as well.
Hanaskog Castle is a manor house at Östra Göinge Municipality in Scania, Sweden.
Jordberga Castle is a manor house in Trelleborg Municipality in Scania Sweden.
Mariedal Castle is a manor house at Götene municipality in Västergötland, Sweden.
Tjolöholm Castle is a country house in Halland, Sweden. It is located on a peninsula in the Kungsbacka Fjord on the Kattegat coast. The manor house was designed by architect Lars Israel Wahlman (1870–1952) in a style inspired by Tudor architecture and built between 1898–1904.
Vibyholm Castle is a manor house at Årdala, Flen Municipality, Sweden. The main building is located on an island in Lake Båven.
Christinehof Castle is a manor house in Tomelilla Municipality, Scania, Sweden.
Ström House is a manor house at Lilla Edet Municipality in Bohuslän, Sweden. It is located west of the Göta River, in the parish of Hjärtum.
Stjärnorna på slottet is a Swedish show featuring five film or music stars which is usually broadcast during the Christmas and New Year Eve weekend and a bit into January each year. The show was broadcast for the first time in January 2006 on SVT. The show has received a lot of attention in media and has had high ratings. The show has been filmed at several castles over the years, including Trolleholm Castle in Scania, Häckeberga Castle in Scania (2008), Thorskog House in Bohuslän, Görväln House in Uppland (2011), Bäckaskog Castle in Scania (2012–2013), Bjärsjölagård Castle in Scania (2014) and Ericsberg Castle in Södermanland (2015).
Börstorp Castle is a manor house in Mariestad Municipality, Sweden.
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