Interior from Gripsholm Castle. Duke Karl’s chamber
The room was fitted out in the 1570s as a bedchamber for Duke Karl (Karl IX) and has remained virtually intact since then, with its carved, decoratively painted wooden panelling, plastered walls painted with trailing-plant patterns, a built-in bed and benches fixed to the walls.
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