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6051.02.07 
 LÝvstabruk Manor House, LÝvstabruk Iron Works (a Walloon Iron Works village), Uppland, Sweden.
The iron works were bought by Louis de Greer from Holland in the 1643 and the family continued there for the next 300 years, the works having closed in the 1920s. The manor house was designed by Jean Eric Rehn in the 18th c. 
 Keywords: Lovstabruk Manor House Walloon Iron Works Sweden Swedish smelting smelter forging metal production industry industrial wealth building history heritage old workers houses cottages village community scene scenic pretty reflection urns flower grand formal gardens river imposing pretty beautiful attractive lgpl

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LÝvstabruk Manor House, LÝvstabruk Iron Works (a Walloon Iron Works

village), Uppland, Sweden.
The iron works were bought by Louis de Greer from Holland in the 1643 and the family continued there for the next 300 years, the works having closed in the 1920s. The manor house was designed by Jean Eric Rehn in the 18th c.
Keywords: Lovstabruk Manor House Walloon Iron Works Sweden Swedish smelting smelter forging metal production industry industrial wealth building history heritage old workers houses cottages village community scene scenic pretty reflection urns flower grand formal gardens river imposing pretty beautiful attractive lgpl