Uppsala Palace is a fine example of Renaissance architecture of the 16th century. It is located in Uppsala and built by the Swedish king Gustav I. Today Uppsala Palace - one of the country's historical sites protected.
Construction began in the mid-16th century by the architect Henrik von Kelly. Later around Uppsala palace created and further complemented Botanic Gardens. Today in the garden, there are about 11,000 species of plants, some of them more than 250 years.
Uppsala palace used in various public events and meetings. It also hosts several museums: Uppsala Art Museum, the Museum of Peace and Vasaborgen.