Erik Cornelius / Nationalmuseum
Interior from Gripsholm Castle. Princess Maria’s bedchamber
The name of the room refers to the first consort of Karl IX, but dates from the restoration in the 1890s. During the restoration the 16th century wall paintings were reconstructed on the basis of a surviving fragment of the north wall and the windows, usually enlarged in the time of Gustav III, were made smaller again. The door and the coffered ceiling were transferred from Tynnelsö Castle.
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