The Hagaparken is a vast park north of Stockholm that used to belong to the royal family. It was founded by the King Gustav III and has a strong sense of romance to it. A ballad was written dedicated to this place by Carl Michael Bellman a troubadour of old and a contemporary of the Gustav III.
There’s something beautiful about sitting at the lake area facing the vast nature and enjoying lunch. The park was inspired by the conception of an English Park of old.
I don’t think I need to say much, because the park speaks for itself. Nature can speak better for itself than my words can.
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