Panoramas of the World

Stockholm Palace V (Stockholm)

The Stockholm Palace is the official residence of the monarch of Sweden, and for this reason it is also called the royal palace.

The palace in the heart of Stockholm has more than 600 rooms, and ranks among the largest well-preserved palaces in Europe. In addition, it is one of the most remarkable baroque buildings in Scandinavia. The building was built on top of the foundations of an older castle, which was subsequently enlarged by Gustav Wasa in the 16th century. Parts of the palace can be visited today.

This panorama photo was taken on the water side east of the palace with a view of the palace and the island Skeppsholmen. The sculpture of Gustav III is a work from Tobias Sergel. Additional panorama photos:

Stockholm Palace I
Stockholm Palace II
Stockholm Palace III
Stockholm Palace IV
Stockholm Palace VI
Stockholm Palace VII
Stockholm Palace VIII


Date: 3rd. February 2007 - 9.51 am
Number of Photos: 4
Definition: 2304 x 3456
Camera: Canon EOS 350D + Sigma 8mm
Software: Panorama Tools, PTGui, Photoshop, Pure Tools
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