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Tower Garden is a park located in the central St. Petersburg. The park, which includes a plastic pond, a playground and a football field, also has leisure activities there, but houses where the event burned in 2003 burned down and the municipality decided not to invest in rebuilding. A dance track also existed, and in the '40s and' 50s it was very popular to gather there and dance. There are also celebrations in midsummer every year, and the organizer is Sundbyberg Hometown Association. In the 1970s, people began to throw themselves into the all-song twig party, which was very popular.
2. Ulkriksdal Palace
Ulriksdal Palace is a royal palace situated on the banks of the Edsviken in the Royal National City Park in Solna Municipality, 6 km north of Stockholm. It was originally called Jakobsdal for its owner Jacob De la Gardie, who had it built by architect Hans Jacob Kristler in 1643–1645 as a country retreat. He later passed on to his son, Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie, from whom it was purchased in 1669 by Queen Hedvig Eleonora of Sweden. The present design is mainly the work of architect Nicodemus Tessin the Elder and dates from the late 17th century.
3. Ulriksdals slottskapell
Ulriksdal Castle Chapel was built on the initiative of Karl XV 1863-1865 at Ulriksdal Castle. It has been preceded by at least two other chapels, the first of which was decorated as early as the 1660s, when Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie owned the castle. This chapel was housed in the north wing of the castle and erected to designs by Jean de la Vallée. The castle chapel is used today for, among other things, marriages, confirmation services, school closings and baptisms.
Hagaparken's pelouse, or briefly Stora Pelousen, is the large lawn in Hagaparken in Solna. "Pelouse" is French and means lawn or lawn. The pelouse of Haga Park is surrounded by walking paths on four sides, it is about 300 meters long and 200 meters wide and has an area of about 60,000 square meters. Stora Pelousen, like the entire Haga Park, has been part of the world's first national city park since 1994; Nationalstadsparken Stockholm-Solna.
The Orangery Museum is a sculpture museum on the ulriksdal castle area, Solna municipality. The predecessors of the building were erected in the 1660s. The current orangery was added in the early 1700s and was designed by Nicodemus Tessin the Younger. In 1988, King Carl XVI Gustaf decided to lease the orangery as a sculpture museum. The orangery is open in the summer months for guided tours.
6. Haga Palace ruins
The Haga Castle or Grand Haga Castle ruins are the remains of Gustaii's grand plans for the Grand Haga Castle in Haga Park. In the task of drawing the castle, no less than six architects were involved. Before the king was murdered and construction stopped in March 1792, their actions were little more than the foundation. Today, only the basement wall of the castle is left.
Vattentornet in Sundbyberg is a now disused water tower, located in Tornparken in Sundbyberg, one of Stockholm's oldest suburbs, and it is Sundbyberg's most important landmark. The water tower was a utility and industrial building. Sundbyberg's water tower was designed by architect Ivar Tengbom. The tower was completed in 1912.
8. Museum of Queen Kristina's coronation carriage
The Museum of Queen Kristina's Coronation Crew is a museum in the stable building at Ulriksdal Castle area, Solna Municipality. The museum shows, among other things, the reconstructed coronation body from Queen Christina's coronation on October 20, 1650. The stable with the coronation wagon is open for booked group visits.
Centrumkyrkan is an independent congregation in Sundbyberg Municipality that is not a member of any faith community. The congregation was founded in 1986 by the former Pentecostal pastor Stanley Sjöberg and is today (2015) led by Pastor Bertil Edin. The congregation has over 700 members.
Ekensberg Church in Solna belongs to ekensbergskyrkan, a congregation within Equmenia church, originally a mission church. Ekensbergskyrkan is located on an oak covered rock knoll in central Solna just a couple of meters from the place Råsundastadion was previously located.
Confidencen, or Ulriksdal Palace Theatre, is a theatre in the park of Ulriksdal Palace in Solna, just outside the Swedish capital Stockholm. Built in the 1750s and restored from the late 20th century, it is the oldest Rococo theatre in Sweden.
12. The Temple of Echo
The Haga Echo Temple was built in 1790 as a summer dining room for Gustav III who loved to dine outdoors. It is situated in Hagaparken in Solna just north of Stockholm. The architect was Carl Christoffer Gjörwell.
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