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Drottningholm Palace Overview

Drottningholm Palace, located on the island of Lovön in Stockholm County, Sweden, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Sweden's best-preserved royal palaces.

Built in the 17th century, it showcases European architecture of the time and serves as a symbol of Swedish cultural heritage. The palace, surrounded by beautiful gardens and parks, has been a residence for the Swedish royal family since the late 16th century and is currently the private residence of the Swedish monarch. It features Baroque and Rococo interiors, stunningly adorned with period furniture, paintings, and sculptures. Visitors can explore the palace's opulent rooms, the Chinese Pavilion, and the Drottningholm Court Theater, which is still in use for royal performances. Drottningholm Palace offers a glimpse into Sweden's royal history and architectural splendor, attracting tourists from around the world.

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