Command or delegate?
It is up to you to decide.
Kommendanten can be used both as a small meeting room or as a group room for big conferences. Here you have a view of the exercising yards from the 1840s where the film “Release the Prisoners to Spring” (Swedish title: Släpp fångarne loss det är vår) is made.
|Committee meeting||up to 8 persons|
|Size||2.7m x 4.5m|
Equipment in the meeting rooms
LCD projector - TV/Video - Whiteboard - Flipchart - Wireless internet - Mineral water & goodies - Pads & pens - Table signs
And Some History…
The directors have had different titles. In the 18th century the director was called ”Inspector”, in the 19th century – ”Kommendant” (Commandant) and in the 20th century - Direktör (Director). The directors who had a military rank, e.g. “Major”, etc., made sure that it was used when they were addressed. Regardless of his background, the director wore a director’s uniform until 1945. During Långholmen’s 250-year prison operation, there have been about 20 different “Kommendanter”. The first one, Carl Magnus Levin, was the one who served the longest – he worked for 40 years from 1724 until 1764.