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Haga Park (Hagaparken) forms part of the Royal National City Park and is perhaps Sweden's leading example of an "English park". Haga Park is known for its extensive lawns and semi-open meadows, interspersed with woodland.
Haga Park is associated with Gustav III, who had huge plans for the park, although many of them never got beyond the drawing board. However, some of the King's ideas were put into practice. Gustav III built the Echo Temple (Ekotemplet), the Turkish Kiosk (Turkiska kiosken) and the Copper Tents (Koppartälten). He also built an out-of-town residence that is today one of the high points of Swedish art history – Gustav III's Pavilion.
The Swedish Crown Princess and her family have been living in the Haga Palace for some years now.
Find out more about Haga Park at kungahuset.se