Wikipedia: Selected article / Henckelska gården

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December 6, 2021

Henckelska gården is a listed building from the 17th century located at Norra Storgatan in Helsingborg. It got its current name from the merchant Fredrik Wilhelm Henckel who owned the farm in the middle of the 19th century. According to oral tradition, the farm was originally built in 1629 by the Danish king Christian IV. The farm was demolished during the Danish occupation of Helsingborg during the Scanian War and the current main building dates from 1681. It was built in a traditional half-timbered style at the time, but the farm has been renovated and rebuilt on several occasions and the street facades are now made in a more neoclassical Gustavian style. . The farm is dominated by the main building on two floors with its high vaulted tile roof, and by its south-facing, terraced garden facing Norra Storgatan, which is a unique element in Helsingborg's cityscape. The entire farm, together with the gazebo located on the country castle, was declared a listed building in 1978. ► Read more

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