23 Sights in Solna, Sweden (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Solna, Sweden. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 23 sights are available in Solna, Sweden.

Sightseeing Tours in Solna

1. Norra kapellet

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The Northern Cemetery is one of Sweden's largest cemeteries and is managed by the Municipality of Stockholm. It is located in Solna Municipality, about 1 kilometer northwest of Norrtull in Stockholm's inner city. The cemetery is bounded by the motorway Uppsalavägen E4 to the east, Solna kyrkväg to the south, Banvaktsvägen, Källvägen and Spetsgatan to the west and Hagavägen to the north. Within the area there are a few main thoroughfares, such as Linvävarvägen, Stora Gravkorets väg, Norra Krematoriets väg, Aftonstjärnans väg, Morgonstjärnans väg, Sommarvindsvägen, Vårvindsvägen, Ljuslågevägen, Solglimtsvägen, Solregnsvägen and Klockarbacksvägen.

Wikipedia: Norra krematoriet (SV)

2. Maskinparken

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Maskinparken is a park on the KTH Royal Institute of Technology's campus area on Norra Djurgården in Stockholm. The park is located between Drottning Kristinas väg in the southwest and Brinellvägen in the northeast. The park separates the northernmost area of Campus Valhallavägen, where the University College of Dance and the Department of Mechanical Engineering are located, popularly known as Brazil, from the rest of the campus. A footpath runs through the park from Drottning Kristinas väg east over Brinnellvägen and on to Uggleviksvägen at Ugglevikskällan.

Wikipedia: Maskinparken (SV)

3. Tornparken

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Tornparken is a park in central Sundbyberg. The park includes a spacious pond, a playground and a football field, there was also leisure activities there, but the house where the business was run burned down in 2003 and the municipality decided not to invest in a reconstruction. A dance course is also available and during the 1940s and 1950s it was very popular to gather there and dance. Here was also celebrated every year Midsummer, organizer was Sundbybergs Hembygdsförening. During the 1970s, the quitter nights were invested, which was very popular.

Wikipedia: Tornparken (SV)

4. Ulkriksdal's Castle

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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 1638–1645 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.

Wikipedia: Ulriksdal Palace (EN)

5. Ulriksdals slottskapell

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The Ulriksdal Palace Chapel was built on the initiative of King Karl XV in 1863-1865 at Ulriksdal Palace. It has been preceded by at least two other chapels, the first of which was furnished 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 was designed by Jean de la Vallée. The Royal Chapel is currently used for weddings, confirmation services, graduation ceremonies and baptisms.

Wikipedia: Ulriksdals slottskapell (SV)

6. Stockholm Transport Museum

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The Spårvägsmuseet, or Tramway Museum, was located at Tegelviksgatan 22 in Södermalm, Stockholm, Sweden. It was owned and operated by Storstockholms Lokaltrafik, and shows the development of public transportation in the Stockholm area from the 1650s until today. The Museum's mission also covers contemporary and future public transport in the Stockholm region, and water transportation in the area. The museum also houses a library, an archive and a café.

Wikipedia: Spårvägsmuseet (EN), Website

7. prins Oscar Bernadottes familjegrav

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prins Oscar Bernadottes familjegrav

Prince Oscar Carl August Bernadotte, Count of Wisborg was a Swedish religious activist, the second son of King Oscar II of Sweden and his consort, Sofia of Nassau. Born as a Prince of Sweden and Norway, he was known as Prince Oscar, Duke of Gotland. However, by marrying contrary to Swedish constitutional requirements, he lost those titles, becoming instead Luxembourgish nobility as Prince Bernadotte and Count of Wisborg.

Wikipedia: Oscar Bernadotte (EN), Website

8. Pelouse

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Hagaparken's pelouse, or Stora pelousen for short, is the large lawn in Hagaparken in Solna. "Pelouse" is French and means lawn or lawn. The Haga Park pelouse, which is surrounded by walking paths on four sides, is about 300 meters long and 200 meters wide with an area of about 6.0 hectares. Since 1994, Stora Pelousen, like the entire Haga Park, has been part of the Stockholm-Solna National City Park.

Wikipedia: Hagaparkens pelouse (SV)

9. Eric Grates park

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Erik Grates Park is a park located on Centralvägen opposite Solna centrum in the district of Skytteholm in Solna Municipality, Sweden. The park was named in 1993 after the sculptor Eric Grate, who spent his last fifteen years in Solna. The park today (2011) contains three sculptures of Grate:Oberon. 1953-54, bronze. Nike de Sant Andria. 1968, bronze. The god of sparrows. 1972-73, bronze.

Wikipedia: Eric Grates park (SV)

10. Solna kyrka

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Solna Church is a so-called round church in Solna Municipality near Stockholm, Sweden. It is part of Solna Parish in the Diocese of Stockholm. The church is located on the headland between Brunnsviken and Ulvsundasjön, at the southern end of the cemetery Norra begravningsplatsen. The oldest parts of the church are from the later 12th century, a Romanesque fortress church built in stone.

Wikipedia: Solna Church (EN)

11. Haga Palace ruins

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Haga Palace ruins

Haga Castle Foundations or Stora Haga Palace ruins are the remains of Gustav III's grand plan for Stora Haga Palace in Haga Park. No less than six architects were involved in the task of designing the castle. The construction had only reached the ground before the king was assassinated in March 1792 and the construction came to a halt. Today, only the castle's cellar walls remain.

Wikipedia: Haga slottsgrund (SV)

12. Råsunda vattentorn

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Råsunda water tower stands at Näckrosvägen 31A in the district of Råsunda in Solna municipality. The tower was designed by architect Sigge Cronstedt and inaugurated in 1910. Operations were suspended in the early 1950s. Since 1994, the tower has been converted into apartments. The exterior of the building is very well preserved and has a high cultural and historical value.

Wikipedia: Råsunda vattentorn (SV)

13. Prins Gustafs monument

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Prince Gustaf's Monument is a monument to Prince Gustaf, the Singing Prince, located in the northern part of Haga Park, not far from Haga Palace in Solna Municipality. The monument was erected in 1854 on the initiative of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music. Gustaf had died in 1852, only 25 years old, but had managed to set music to "Studentsången" and several other songs.

Wikipedia: Prins Gustafs monument (SV)

14. Orangerimuseet

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The Orangery Museum is a sculpture museum in Solna Municipality, Sweden. The predecessor of the building was built 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 use the orangery as a sculpture museum. The Orangery is open during the summer months for guided tours.

Wikipedia: Orangerimuseet (SV)

15. Museum of Queen Kristina's coronation carriage

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The Museum of Queen Kristina's Coronation Carriage is a museum in the stables building on the grounds of Ulriksdal Palace, Solna Municipality. The museum shows, among other things, the reconstructed coronation body from Queen Kristina's coronation on 20 October 1650. The stables with the coronation carriage are open for booked group visits.

Wikipedia: Museet för drottning Kristinas kröningsekipage (SV)

16. Sankt Eriksparken

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Sankt Eriksparken was a park in the Vasastaden district of Stockholm, Sweden. The park was located between Norra Stationsgatan in the north, Dannemoragatan in the east, Sankt Eriksgatan in the west and Upplandsgatan/Västmannagatan in the south. On the site of Sankt Eriksparken there is now an extension of Rödabergsskolan.

Wikipedia: Sankt Eriksparken (SV)

17. Stefanskyrkan

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St. Stephen's Church or St. Stephen's Church is a church building in the Parish of St. John, which is part of the Cathedral contract of the Diocese of Stockholm. The church was built in 1904 and is located at Frejgatan 20B at the southern end of Vanadislunden in Vasastaden in Stockholm's inner city.

Wikipedia: Stefanskyrkan, Stockholm (SV)

18. Ekensbergskyrkan

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The Ekensberg Church in Solna belongs to the Ekensberg Church parish, a congregation within the Equmenia Church, originally a mission church. The Ekensberg Church is located on an oak -grown Bergknalle in central Solna just a few meters from the place Råsundastadion used to be.

Wikipedia: Ekensbergskyrkan (SV)

19. Carl Eldh Studio Museum

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Carl Eldh's Studio Museum is an art museum at Lögebodavägen 10 in Bellevue Park in Vasastaden, Stockholm. The museum was the sculptor Carl Eldh's studio. The studio is preserved as Carl Eldh once left it. Since 2010, the facility has been a national monument.

Wikipedia: Carl Eldhs Ateljémuseum (SV), Website

20. Confidencen

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Confidencen, or Ulriksdal Palace Theatre, is a theatre in the park of Ulriksdal Palace in Solna, in the Swedish capital Stockholm. Built in the 1750s and restored from the late 20th century, it is the oldest Rococo theatre in Sweden.

Wikipedia: Confidencen (EN), Website

21. Vanadislundens vattenreservoar

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Vanadislunden's water reservoir or Vanadislundsreservoaren is a large water reservoir within Vanadislunden in the Vasastaden district of Stockholm. The Vanadislund reservoir has today (2009) a water volume of 8,100 m³.

Wikipedia: Vanadislundens vattenreservoar (SV)

22. The Temple of Echo

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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.

Wikipedia: Haga Echo Temple (EN)

23. Råsunda kyrka

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Råsunda kyrka

Råsunda Church is a district church in Solna parish and is located on a hill at Näckrosparken. Until 2007 the church was the parish church in Råsunda parish. Not far away is the film city in Råsunda.

Wikipedia: Råsunda kyrka (SV)


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