King Carl Gustaf opens new garden at Solliden Palace

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King Carl Gustaf of Sweden has opened a new garden at Solliden Palace.

The King and Queen Silvia were on hand to inaugurate the garden exhibition Find the joy – an allotment garden for everyone in Solliden Palace Park.

The exhibit looks at the history of the colonial gardens of Sweden.

The garden exhibition is on display until 29 September in collaboration with KoloniträdgĂĄrdförbundet and CapellagĂĄrden’s horticultural education.

Solliden Palace is the private residence of the Swedish Royal Family on the island of Oland. The family traditionally spends the summer at the palace.

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