ⓘ Frogner Manor

                                     

ⓘ Frogner Manor

Frogner Manor is a manor house and former estate in todays borough of Frogner in Oslo, Norway. The estate comprised most of the modern borough of Frogner, which has been named after the estate, and Frognerseteren with parts of the Nordmarka forest. The remaining part of the estate is now the site of the Frogner Park, with the manor house found in the south of the park and the Vigeland installation in the parks centre. The 18th century buildings on the grounds are now occupied by the Oslo City Museum.

Frogner was one of the largest and oldest agricultural land in the Oslo area. In the Middle ages, the Heart became a Church property mainly belonged to the Abbey of Hovedoya, but was confiscated by the crown in 1532, prior to the reformation. From the mid-17th century until the late 19th century it belonged to the rich, the officials or the citizens of Christiania, but it was sold to the municipality of kristiania in 1896, to make room for expansion of the city and the new cemetery Västra gravlund. However, instead of the substantial part of the property became a public Park.

                                     
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  • Frogner Park Norwegian: Frognerparken is a public park located in the borough of Frogner in Oslo, Norway, and is historically part of Frogner Manor
  • Frogner Manor is an 1842 painting by Johan Christian Dahl, now in a private US collection. It shows the eponymous Frogner Manor and its surrounding landscape
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  • Oslo Museum in Oslo, Norway. The museum is located at Frogner Manor Frogner Hovedgård in Frogner Park Frognerparken The museum was first founded in
  • in Norway. They lived at Fossum Manor until 1836, when they acquired Frogner Manor in what is now the borough of Frogner in west end Oslo the estate also
  • comparable to shieling of Frogner Manor Frognerseteren with parts of the Nordmarka forest Frognerseterskogen was part of Frogner Manor until 1848, when the
  • area was historically part of Frogner Manor Most of Gimle consists of the Gimle hill, with good views of the rest of Frogner and Skarpsno. Gimle is located
  • Wegner family lived at Fossum Manor in Modum until 1836, when they acquired Frogner Manor in what is now the borough of Frogner in west end Oslo. Benjamin
  • was also a major land owner whose possessions included ownership of Frogner Manor Marselis was born in Rotterdam, the son of merchant Gabriel Marselis
  • to make Frogner Manor Frogner hovedgård his permanent residence. He had purchased the estate in 1747. However, construction costs at Frogner exceeded