The last stop was at the manor Gunillaberg just outside of Bottnaryd, Jönköping County, Småland.
The manor building was built somewhere during the second half of the 17th century by Johan Prinz (1592-1663). Johan Prinz is perhaps best known for his time as governor of the Swedish colony New Sweden, Delaware, USA during 1642-1653. He later on became commandant for the castle of Jönköping (1657-1663) and county governor for Jönköping County (1658-1663).
The manor is built in the Karolin style, named after the Karolin era, 1654-1718 during the regency of King Karl X Gustav, Karl XI and Karl XII. On of the trait of the style are the strict symmetries.
The left wing
The main building is more or less unchanged and it built by timber. There are also many interesting details indoors, as the hand painted tapestry from the 18th century. The two wings were built in the 18th century.
A beautiful older farm building at Gunillaberg.
The sundial is from 1796 and made out of marble from Kolgården and was an edition by the owner at the time, Carl Axel Lilliecreutz.
A beautiful building that by the way is for sale.