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Von Lingen House, Linköping, Sweden
The von Lingen house was originally built in the beginning of the 18th century in the town centre, Storgatan 58, by the famous cathedral dean Andreas Rhyzelius. Later on, it was purchased by the governor’s secretary Anders Iggeström. In the second half of the 18th century, this was the home of the baron Herman von Lingen. The house was moved and re-erected in the Open-air museum of Gamla Linköping in 1961, and the interior is reconstructed as the home of von Lingen, on basis of his estate inventory. The house is presently part of an investigation and dendro-chronological analysis in the House and Household-project. http://arkeologerna.com/bloggar/hus-och-manniskor/
The model was photographed and processed by Johan Stenvall and from 698 photos.