I'm adding a small explanation here after reading Lori's comment below! LOL!
Sweden is a very tiny country, but we have a very long history and loads of VERY old buildings here! Within a 3-hour drive from where I live there are so many old castles, fortresses, manorhouses and churches that I'm not even going to begin to count... If you add a couple of hours, there's even more! This one, Läckö Slott, is one of the biggest and most well kept in Sweden, and it is not even a royal castle - never has been! Even if we have an abundance of castles and stuff here, this one is so famous it's even on a stamp! I put the stamp in the negative sleeve... And it's only a 90-minute drive from where Sussie lives and I grew up!

"In 1289, they started building a fortress for a bishop here. In 1571, Läckö was given to a count Bielke. In 1615, it was given to a de la Gardie. Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie started building the castle as we see it today in 1654"

"Scrapexpress no93" and "French Summer" by Lynn Grieveson
"Negative Sleeves", "Ticketed Dates" and "Digitally Pressed Petals no5" by Katie Pertiet

For my book on 2010