Kockska Huset


Kockska Huset (1524) is a stately pile that mayor Jörgen Kock had built for himself; it’s said that Gustav Vasa stayed here when he came to town. The building is now privately owned and cannot be entered but there's a fancy restaurant, Årstiderna i Kockska Huset, in the cellar.

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