Trolleberg manor house was besieged and burnt down in 1452 by the swedish King Karl Knutsson. The manor house is located at Hoje (Höje) river, at that point an important place where travellers could wade through the river.
Even if Knutsson destroyed the mansion he dis not do very well in the long run and the property went to the church.
In the 18th century the Trolle family (one of the oldest swedish/danish Noble familys) bought the house, and after several turns a son to a great great great
great father (could be more) is still today the owner of this noble house right by the southern city of Lund.
Watch the short videoclip Of the manor house. The mansion is privately owned and is not open for the public.
Variety of noble familys linked to the manor:
(Sorry for a lot of Swedish links, but it is hard to find information in english)
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