Gustav III's Pavilion (Swedish: Gustav III:s paviljong) is a royal pavilion at the Haga Park, 2 km north of Stockholm. As a highlight in Swedish art history, the Pavilion is a fine example of the European neoclassicism of the late 18th century in Northern Europe. Beside the Pavilion lie the "Sultan's Copper Tents", buildings designed to resemble big tents.
The pavilion was built in 1787 by the architect Olof Tempelman with detailed instructions from King Gustav III who was highly personally involved in the project, producing some basic designs himself and suggesting changes once the work was under way. These changes included extending both wings by the span of two windows.
Thomas Rörby | Apr 18, 2018
Sunny spot late in the afternoon. However not open for the season yet...
Daniel Ddiba | Jul 22, 2016
Would be a cool place to have a garden wedding ceremony!
Sunjae Chung | Aug 11, 2016
Maria Heikkilä | Apr 6, 2018
Gör gärna ett guidat besök, Gustav III varven intressant person.
Roland Meijer | Aug 23, 2016
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