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Risøbank Photo: FREM
Risøbank Photo: Turistkontoret for Lindesnesregionen
Risøbank Photo: turistkontoret for Lindesnesregionen
Risøbank Photo: Turistkontoret for Lindesnesregionen
Risøbank Photo: Jorunn Jensen

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Lord Edward T. Salvesen from Scotland built his fine holiday home in Furulunden just outside Mandal.

The building was completed in 1901, and was designed by the Scottish architect Sir Lorimer. It was taken over by the Norwegian government and the local authorities in 1971, and it now forms part of the Furulunden park.

During the summer the main building houses a café and art exhibitions, and it is possible to hire the venue for private functions throughout the year.

The surrounding parkland is perfect for picnics and excursions, and Lordens’ beach is a very popular destination for young and old.

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Lord Edward T. Salvesen from Scotland built his fine holiday home in Furulunden just outside Mandal. The building was completed in 1901, and was...

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