Thursday, March 1, 2007

Featured Grand Lodge

The beginnings of the Freemasonry in Sweden date back to 1735. The Grand Lodge of Sweden was established in 1760, and it was recognized as a National Grand Lodge in 1770 by the Grand Lodge of England.
The Swedish Lodge has established a Freemasonry system on a Christian basis, and has 10 degrees.
Freemasonry in Sweden has continued to develop under leadership of their Grand Masters, all of them belonging to the Royal House since more then 200 years.
To learn more about their history and The Swedish Rite – click here.

The mail adress is:
Svenska Frimurare Orden
(Swedish Order of Freemasons)
Nybrokajen 7, 2 tr

And the e-mail is: