Located in the beautiful Raasepori archipelago region in Finland, Svartå Manor - Svartå Castle - Mustion Linna are a set of historically significant architectural landmarks. Built in 1717 and originally used as a manor house, it encompasses numerous neoclassical elements such as a grandiose main courtyard, elegant white façade, and majestic pine forests in the surroundings. Part of its premises were turned into the Mustion Linna Museum, which is open for tourists and houses a vast collection of antique tools and objects. The manor is transformed into a beautiful castle during the summer months, when it is covered in lush green foliage, making it an attractive destination for tourists. Additionally, the Linna’s grounds contain a number of structures of historical significance, such as the old stable and forge, and a chapel as well as many ponds and an orangery.