Viderup Manor - Viderups Slott

Address: Hviderups Gods, 241 93 Eslöv Show map

Address: Hviderups Gods, 241 93 Eslöv

Viderups Castle was built in the early 17th and is in its main features preserved. Viderups castle is not open to the public.

Hviderup was built at the beginning of the 17th century by Anna Brahe. It is uncertain whether there were any buildings of high standard on the premises before that. Hviderup was built in a traditional way with moats surrounding a rectangular islet stronghold where the living quarters stood. When the castle was taken over by a member of the Ramel family in 1752, a thorough restoration was carried out and the renaissance features were removed. The stair-turret was pulled down and replaced by a door in the
middle of the façade, and the windows were placed in even rows. A garden was laid and trees planted along the roads, for instance along the road to Gårdstånga. A third floor was added in 1805, which was ravaged by fire in 1925 but has been restored since. The property is still owned by the Ramel
family. Only the grounds are open to the public.

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