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Hafslund Manor Photo: Terje Rakke/Østfold fylkeskommune Hafslund Manor Photo: Terje Rakke/Østfold fylkeskommune Hafslund Manor Photo: Morten Brunslid Hafslund Manor Photo: Pål Antonsen
Hafslund Manor Photo: Terje Rakke/Østfold fylkeskommune
Hafslund Manor Photo: Terje Rakke/Østfold fylkeskommune
Hafslund Manor Photo: Morten Brunslid
Hafslund Manor Photo: Pål Antonsen
Hafslund Manor is one of the most beautiful manors in Norway. It has traditionally teemed with activity: farming, forestry, sawmills powered by Sarpfossen, and timber trade.

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Hafslund Manor is one of the most beautiful manors in Norway. It has traditionally teemed with activity around Hafslund: farming, forestry, sawmills powered by Sarpfossen and timber trade. The transformation to electrical power represented a continuation of that tradition. From the second half of the 1600, Hafslund was self sufficient From the mid-1700, Hafslund was a highly developed community featuring its own school and welfare services for the poor. Technological advances made it possible to generate electrical power at the Manor's waterfall concession- a development that transformed Hafslund in 1898 into a modern industrial company..
The Manor's main building was built in 1762, after the former baroque Manor house was destroyed in a fire in 1758. Many well-known families such as Bildt, Werenskiold, Huitfeldt, Elieson, Holter, Wessel, and Rosenkrantz, have all been owners of Hafslund Manor. Few Norwegian Manors are preserved so carefully. The beautiful manor is a protected cultural heritage.
Hafslund Manor is owned by Hafslund ASA. The Manor is mainly used by its owner but opens its doors for guided tours every Sunday at 12:00, 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm from June through August. The beautiful English park is open to the public all year long.

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Hafslund Manor

Hafslund Manor is one of the most beautiful manors in Norway. It has traditionally teemed with activity around Hafslund: farming, forestry, sawmills...

Hafslund Manor

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Sarpsborg is surrounded by large areas of woods, situated close to the sea and can offer its visitors a lot of different activities.

Key facts about Sarpsborg

Sarpsborg is both a municipality and a town with 51,000 inhabitants situated in the county of Østfold, southeast in Norway.

Tourist Information in Sarpsborg

The tourist information office is situated nearby the town square.

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Sarpsborg has a rich history. Many of its attractions are linked to its past, from the rock carvings along Oldtidsveien to Skjeberg Medieval Church.

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The areas around Sarpsborg are good for different walking bicycling and car tours.

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The town square is the starting point for the main shopping street in Sarpsborg. There are also several shopping centres in the area.
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