Monk path, Julita

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Idag Julita Värdshus - Today Julita Inn

Munkleden - Monk path

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Munken vakar fortfarande - Faceless monk still there.
Munk path, Julita
NF Photo 120613 Julita, Sweden

The Monk path of Julita Monastery of SABA 1180-1525. The monks walked here from he monastery to the church. A small monk figurin still watches over the lake Öljaren.

Welcome to Sweden´s largest open-air museum!

History and what to see

Welcome to Julita, situated in beautiful surroundings on the shores of lake Öljaren in the heart of Sörmland. In the middle ages Julita was a monastery. It later became a state demesne and still later a manor house owned by members of the Swedish nobility.

At Julita you will find a complete country estate from before the turn of the 20th century, preserved with all its exquisite interiors, parks, orchard, green house, kitchen garden, its own dairy, fire station, church, brickworks – in fact everything that was part of a large estate of that time.

Julita is Sweden´s Museum of Agriculture and holds gene banks for apples, pears and rhubarbs, and peony garden, native breeds of domestic animals, agricultural exhibits, a modern free-range barn and walking tracks in a cultural landscape.

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  1. What a lovely world you have!! Such delightful captures! Thanks for sharing the beauty! I love the red house!!


  2. Grand tour!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  3. I like the idea of the monk still looking over the lake and protecting it.

  4. What a gorgeous place!

  5. Neat place! This kind of place is my favorite way to learn history. thanks for taking us along on the trip.

  6. Flotte billeder du viser.
    Ønsker dig en god tirsdag.
    Hanne Bente / hbt.finus.dk

  7. What a beautiful place.Nice images.Have a great day!


  8. Artig å se de fine bildene fra Sweden:) Dropping by from " Our world Tuesday"

  9. Sounds like a wonderful place to visit and commune with nature.


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