The manor from 1665 between fjords, glaciers, mountains and waterfalls

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The manor from 1665

In 1658 there was a wedding between, Karen Mowat, the wealthiest heir in Norway, and Ludvig Rosenkrantz, a Danish nobleman. Karen Mowat and Ludvig Rosenkrantz were given the farm Hatteberg as a wedding present. They built their home here, and called it Rosendal. It was finished in 1665. A guided tour at the Manor House is a tour through different epochs. The rooms are influenced by owners over 250 years, and the Manor House is preserved as a home – the way it was when the last owners left in 1927.

Guided tour at the Manor

Hans Sager (1705) Baroniet Rosendal

A guided tour at Baroniet Rosendal is a tour through different epochs. The rooms are influenced by owners over 250 years, and the manor is preserved as a home – the way it was when the last owners left in 1927.

Statthaldarkammeret, the library, is the only completely preserved room in Norway from the 17th century, covered with french tapestry from the 1660´s. Denne tekstiltapeten er det einaste tapetet i sitt slag som enno heng oppe.

Den Blå Sal (spisesalen) kan ein beundra noko av det eldste Meissen og Kongeleg Dansk stråmønsterporselen som finst i Norge.

I Den Røde Sal møter ein det vakre og storslagne i norsk natur, skildra av dei fremste norske landskapsmålarane frå nasjonalromantikken. Her er måleri av J.C.Dahl, H.F.Gude, M.Møller, A.Askevold, m.fl. Her finst også eit kvinneportrett av Edvard Munch frå 1880-åra.

Den Gule Sal er innreia i norsk empirestil, med noko av det mest verdifulle empire- møblementet i landet. Møblane er laga av Abraham Bøe frå Bergen kring 1820.

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