Drottningholm, Sweden

Versailles of the North -- Built in the French Baroque style by the Tessins, a father-and-son team of master architects, for the royal family from 1662 to 1681, Drottningholm today is both a very accessible public estate and the current residence of the Swedish monarch. 

This photo is taken with the Canon G1 digital camera.

Sweden 2001

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