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Stiftsgården - The Royal Residence

Stiftsgården -  The Royal Residence Photo: Øyvind Schei Stiftsgården -  The Royal Residence Photo: Øyvind Schei Stiftsgården -  The Royal Residence Photo: Øyvind Schei
Stiftsgården - The Royal Residence Photo: Øyvind Schei
Stiftsgården - The Royal Residence Photo: Øyvind Schei
Stiftsgården - The Royal Residence Photo: Øyvind Schei

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Stiftsgården, built during 1774- 78 by the ambitious widow and privy counsellor Cecilie Christine Schøller, it is the largest wooden palace in Scandinavia.

Guided tours every hour on the hour during summer. NB! Closed during royal visits.

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Where:Stiftsgården
6/1/2014 - 8/16/2015
Mon - Sat
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sun
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Stiftsgården -  The Royal Residence - Photo: Øyvind Schei

Stiftsgården - The Royal Residence

Stiftsgården, built during 1774- 78 by the ambitious widow and privy counsellor Cecilie Christine Schøller, it is the largest wooden palace in Scandina...

Stiftsgården - The Royal Residence

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