This stunningly beautiful house in Bygdøy has a long and exciting history. Bygdøy once belonged to a monastery but Håkon Magnusson bought the peninsula and gave it to Queen Eufemia in the 13th century. This white villa dates from the early 1900s and is one of the peninsula's most beautiful historic houses.
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|Interior Designer:||Annette Nordstrøm|
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