Östanå estate is mentioned in 1433 when it was owned by Anders Isaksson Baner. Since them it has been a residence for Fleming and Wrede families. The wooden main building from 1680s was burnt down by Russian army during the Great Northern War in 1719. The current manor house was built in 1791-1794 by Simon Bernhard Hebbe.

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Founded: 1791-1794
Category: Castles and fortifications in Sweden
Historical period: The Age of Enlightenment (Sweden)

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Weihua Dong (11 months ago)
Nice place. repair project is under going.
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Intressanta lätt förfallna byggnader, utmärkt fotoobjekt!
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