Some roads away from the city center, we took the subway in King's Square and changed to another bus. As we approached the station, an old man, in a wheelchair, stood up and told us that we had arrived. It was a little scary for us to fall on him. The local people are so enthusiastic, the scenic spots are too famous, very big, the gardens are beautiful, and the waterscape makes the island bigger. The palace is only a small part of the island. It is said that the palace has been built for many years. The buildings are exquisite and beautiful. Because it's too late, otherwise it's more convenient to go back to the hotel by ferry. We buy daily tickets, subway, bus and ferry.
Sweden is the first place to be listed as a World Heritage Site. Naturally, we should see it. Stockholm has more than 20,000 islands, which can be called an island by growing a tree on the surface of the water. In 1580, King John III of Sweden built a castle for his Queen Catherine on the shore of Lake Meraren, and it has been Queen's Island ever since. Queen's Island Palace, which was rebuilt in 1662 after a fire in 1661, has been preserved to this day. Now this palace, known as Little Versailles Palace, is indeed a Shanzhai version. Its size and luxury are not comparable to those of the palaces of Western European countries. There is also a Chinese Palace in the garden, which was built in 1753 and has no Chinese style at all. That is to say, there is a house that looks like a Mongolian tent. On the roof of the main palace of the Chinese palace, there is a European dragon with wings that can blow fire. This is not even a shanzhai. Blue sky, white clouds, ice-bound lake, occasionally a few tourists, a guard with a bored beard and guns, two pigeons take a leisurely walk... A calming picture. Walking on the snow, I don't feel much cold, but feel fresh and clean.
Queen's Island Palace, also known as Versailles Palace in Sweden, is Sweden's world cultural heritage. The whole palace is very elegant, coupled with exotic Chinese palaces, palace theatres and gorgeous palace gardens, which create an unparalleled aesthetic feeling for the imperial city. It deserves to be the representative of the Royal Palace in the United Nations World Heritage List. It is absolutely worth recommending to you.
It was first built in the late 16th century and rebuilt after burning down in 1661. It has been the private palace of the Swedish royal family since 1981. At present, apart from the private residence of the Swedish Royal family, some rooms and collections are open to the public. This is Swedish Royal Territory, 15 kilometers from the city centre. Inspired by the French Versailles Palace, it is known as "Versailles in Sweden" and is the first scenic spot in Sweden to be listed on the World Cultural Heritage List. Very beautiful places, buildings, gardens, sculptures, lake scenery are very beautiful. There is also a Chinese palace, built in 1753 by then King Frederick to celebrate Queen Urica's birthday on July 24. The Chinese Palace consists of a palace and two pavilions, all of which have the imagination of the king. Queen's Island is a scenic spot worth visiting. It's a must-see place in Sweden.
It belongs to the Royal Territory. Inspired by the French Versailles Palace, it is known as "Versailles in Sweden" and is the first scenic spot in Sweden to be listed on the World Cultural Heritage List. Its attractions include Queen's Island Palace, Palace Theatre, Chinese Palace and Garden. Queen's Island Palace is the core of this royal territory. But the royal family still lives there, so it is not open to the outside world.
The Queen's Island Palace is the residence of the current Swedish Royal family. The whole Queen's Island is a magnificent European royal garden with shady trees and picturesque scenery. The gardens and some palaces here can be visited, but most of them are guarded and are forbidden to enter the Royal forbidden areas.
Among the many Scandinavian attractions, Queen's Island is one of the few places that I can remember deeply. Especially in front of the palace, the glassy lake and the swan swimming in the water are breathtaking. Queen's Island is a royal territory of Sweden. On Lake Meraren in the western suburb of Stockholm, it is a little farther from the city centre, about 15 kilometers. The Queen's Island Palace is graceful and luxurious in appearance, with pale yellow walls and copper-green roofs. We arrived at about 9 a.m., shortly after the sun came out, the soft morning light was shining on the pale yellow wall, brilliant and brilliant. Even more than the original Versailles Palace in France, Queen's Island included Queen's Island Palace, Palace Theatre, Chinese Palace, three palaces. If you enter, you need tickets. Adults need 120 Swedish kroner, but no photos are allowed inside. Queen's Island is really beautiful and big. Although it's far from the city, it's worth visiting. It takes about 2 - 3 hours to visit. In fact, even if you don't want to buy tickets to go inside the palace, walking outside is a great experience. It's best to come in the morning or evening and see the morning light or sunset on the lake and the splendid palaces. It's the most beautiful moment.
Queen's Island Palace, 15 kilometers from the city centre, is the Royal territory of Sweden, where royal families still live today. The construction of this palace was influenced by the French Palace of Versailles, which is also called the "Versailles Palace" of Sweden. This magnificent ancient palace, representing Sweden's history, is also Sweden's first building known as World Heritage Site.
The Royal Territory on Queen's Island in Stockholm is Sweden's most beautiful palace, known as Versailles Palace in Sweden. This is a typical European Royal Garden, large gardens, flat grasslands, beautiful lakes, beautiful statues, all reveal the Royal style, is one of the palaces Sweden will visit.