Julita gård, stora huset/ The Julita House, the main house, outside Katrineholm

The Julita manor Sweden’s largest open-air museum - Castles & Manors

Julita gård | Nordiska museet

Julita gård | Nordiska museet

Julita Gård - Julita Manor

Julita Gård - Julita Manor

Julita gård - Sveriges lantbruksmuseum, situated in beautiful surroundings on the shores of lake Öljaren in the heart of Sörmland. In the middle ages Julita was a monastery.

Julita gård - Sveriges lantbruksmuseum, situated in beautiful surroundings on the shores of lake Öljaren in the heart of Sörmland. In the middle ages Julita was a monastery.

Julita, Sweden’s Museum of Agriculture, photo: Peter Segemark

Julita, Sweden’s Museum of Agriculture, photo: Peter Segemark

Julita Abbey was a Cistercian monastery in the parish of Julita in Oppunda Hundred, Södermanland, Sweden. The monastery was originally founded in 1160 at Viby, close to Sigtuna, but under the patronage of King Knut Eriksson, who donated land and a right to parts of the fishing at Älvkarleby, it was moved in 1180 to Säby by the lake Öljaren in Julita. The monastery was therefore also known as Säby, or Saba in Latin.

Julita Abbey was a Cistercian monastery in the parish of Julita in Oppunda Hundred, Södermanland, Sweden. The monastery was originally founded in 1160 at Viby, close to Sigtuna, but under the patronage of King Knut Eriksson, who donated land and a right to parts of the fishing at Älvkarleby, it was moved in 1180 to Säby by the lake Öljaren in Julita. The monastery was therefore also known as Säby, or Saba in Latin.


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