Kungssalen / The King’s Hall
The King’s Hall is the most elaborated of the halls in Läckö Castle. It celebrates the Swedish King Gustav II Adolf, who was celebrated as a hero during the 17th century. The king was considered by many to have taken Sweden to becoming one of the great powers of Europe. The wall panels in the King’s Hall are decorated with paintings showing famous battles from the Thirty Years’ War, in which King Gustav II Adolf fought and where Sweden won. There are also portraits of the generals that were significant in these battles.
The count of luxury, patron of the arts
Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie was one of the richest and most powerful men in Sweden. In addition to Läckö Castle, he owned another nine castles and over a thousand manor houses.
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- 3d-scanned by Adam de Kaminski