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Queen Silvia & King Carl Gustaf: New exhibition opened at Solliden Palace

In bright sunshine and in a great mood, the Swedish royal couple unveiled unusual works of art in the park of Solliden Castle on Öland.

Öland – The Swedish royal family traditionally use Solliden Castle as a summer residence. Especially the stately park of the royal estate invites you to relax and linger. In the spacious complex, eye-catching works of art have recently been found that give the idyll a special touch – extravagant glass sculptures by the Swedish artist Bertil Vallien (83).

King Carl XVI. Gustaf (75) and his wife Queen Silvia (77) insisted on opening the exhibition in person *. Even her dog, Brandie, was allowed to go into the park and sniff the exhibits. “It has been many years since I met you, Bertil, and your wife Ulrica. And that's why I think it's something very special to carry out this collaboration. I really enjoy being able to show these [sculptures] and that everyone can come here and see Bertil Vallien's fantastic art "," Svensk Damtidning "quotes King Carl Gustaf, who recently celebrated his 75th birthday. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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