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1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

2022 – Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott in Åstorp (Google Maps)

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

2022 – Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott in Åstorp (Google Maps)

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

1998 – Volvo S80 at Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Åstorp near Billesholm in Sweden 🇸🇪.

2022 – Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott in Åstorp (Google Maps)

Wrams Gunnarstorp Slott is located on Wrams Gunnarstorpsvägen in Billesholm near Åstorp, Sweden.

Wrams Gunnarstorps slott or Vrams Gunnarstorp Castle is a 17th-century castle located in Bjuv Municipality in Skåne County, Sweden. The estate is located in Norra Vrams parish on the south side of Söderåsen in northwestern Skåne.

It was originally built by Danish nobleman Jørgen Vind (1593-1644), who had the castle constructed starting during 1633. In 1838, it came into possession of Rudolf Tornérhjelm (1814-1885) who was a member of the Swedish Parliament. It was exchanged by the members of the Berch family in exchange for Össjö Castle and 17 barrels of gold. Current appearance of the castle dates to the mid 1800s. Vrams Gunnarstorp underwent a thorough restoration in the 1850s under the direction of the Danish architect Michael Gottlieb Bindesbøll (1800–1856).

More information on sv.wikipedia.org and wramsgunnarstorp.com.

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