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Karlberg Palace (Swedish: [kaɭˈbærj]) is a palace by the Karlberg Canal in Solna Municipality in Sweden, adjacent to Stockholm's Vasastaden district. The palace, built in 1630, today houses the Military Academy Karlberg. In the palace park are found, among other things, a "temple of Diana" (originally dedicated to Neptune) and the burial site of Pompe, the dog of King Charles XII. Notwithstanding that the palace remains a military institution, the palace park is accessible to the public and is open daily between 6 AM and 10 PM.

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  • Schloss Karlberg
  • Karlberg Palace
  • Château de Karlberg
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  • Le château de Karlberg est un château suédois situé sur les rives du lac Karlberg à Stockholm. Il abrite aujourd'hui l' qui, avec l', est l'un des deux établissements de formation des officiers de l'armée suédoise.
  • Karlberg Palace (Swedish: [kaɭˈbærj]) is a palace by the Karlberg Canal in Solna Municipality in Sweden, adjacent to Stockholm's Vasastaden district. The palace, built in 1630, today houses the Military Academy Karlberg. In the palace park are found, among other things, a "temple of Diana" (originally dedicated to Neptune) and the burial site of Pompe, the dog of King Charles XII. Notwithstanding that the palace remains a military institution, the palace park is accessible to the public and is open daily between 6 AM and 10 PM.
  • Karlbergs slott ligger vid Karlbergssjön i Solna, gränsande till Stockholm norr om Kungsholmens västra del, söder om Tomteboda, öster om Pampas Marina och väster om Vasastaden. I slottet inryms i dag Militärhögskolan Karlberg. Karlbergs Krigsakademi för officerare är världens äldsta krigsakademi på samma plats och i samma byggnad.
  • Schloss Karlberg steht in Solna am Karlbergs Kanal. Es grenzt an Stockholms nordwestlichen Teil von Kungsholmen, liegt südlich des Postterminals von Tomteboda und westlich des Stadtteils Vasastaden. Im Schloss befindet sich heute die Militärhochschule Karlberg und seinen Park nutzen die Bürger Stockholms und Solnas zum Joggen und für Spaziergänge. 1935 wurde das Gebäude als Byggnadsminne (Baudenkmal) unter staatlichen Schutz gestellt.
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