Stock Video - Vadstena Castle is a castle building erected as an earring plant by King Gustav Vasa in the 16th century in Vadstena in Vadstena Municipality, Östergötland County. The defence tank was abandoned and a representative residence was furnished in the building of the Vasa Sons. After the time as a royal residence, the halls were used for, among other things, women´s weaving and as a grain magazine. In 1899, the Land Archives moved into the castle where it remains in the eastern half even today (2019). The western half shows on royal interiors from the 16th and 17th centuries. The castle is a state building commemoration since 25 January 1935. In 1997, extensive work began to reopen demolated shelter embankments around the townyard and restore the two square towers in the southern corner of the Borg yard, works which involved one of the biggest changes at a Swedish Cultural History Monument during the 20th century. Dispersal permits: LM2021/022691

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