With Eva Ramel
July 13, 2021
ICAA Travel Revisited takes viewers back to some of the favorite destinations from past ICAA Travel Programs. In this first installment, Eva Ramel welcomes viewers to her family's ancestral home, Övedskloster, an estate in the south of Sweden.
Övedskloster's history can be traced back to the 12th century when it was a monastery, but the house and grounds as they appear today were built by Eva's ancestor Hans Ramel in the 18th century. The manor house, the gardens, and even the interior furnishings are prime examples of Swedish Rococo, and they remain as glorious today as they were in the days of King Gustav III.
Övedskloster is one of the favorite architectural treasures to be featured in the ICAA's Travel Programs. Click here to learn more about the ICAA's upcoming travel tours, booking now for destinations around the world.
Special Thanks to Our Summer Travel Series Sponsors:
James F. Carter Inc., Architect
Kathryn Herman Design
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