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The High Residence of the Count - was built in 1677 by the recently appointed Count of Larvik, Ulrik Fredrik Gyldenlove. The Residence is one of the earliest and most important example of Baroque architecture in Norway, adapted to traditional...more
Seen from the outside, the house looks stately and the garden surrounding it as well! It gives a good feeling of the Scandinavia of old. A nice view. In addition, a bust of Sophus Bugge (Old Norse Scholar) can be found some meters away from...More