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Gunillaberg, BottnarydThe guide was updated:
Gunillabergs mansion outside of Bottnaryd, Jonkoping, had its heyday during the 1600s. Queen Kristina used it as a hunting lodge, but honored it in 1642 for military Johan Printz. Johan Printz was governor of the Swedish colony New Sweden, near Delaware. When he got home, he was, among other things, the county chief in Jönköping County and then made Gunillaberg to his residence. The farm is named after John Printzs mother Gunilla.
The Danish artist Tage Andersen took over the mansion in 2008 and has his studio, gallery and boutique. A Beautiful and interesting literatures is also placed there.