2018-06-25

Hävla bruk outdoor museum

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 The little pond from where the water flows

Outdoor lavatory facility



 The workshop

A working model of the plant

Beech forest road

Hävla bruk outdoor museum
© NF Photo 180623

I and a friend took a trip with the car and was luck y this place was open for visitors.

Övre Hävla Bruk (in swedish)

  A bad translation from wiki:
Upper Hävla Bruk or Hävla Hammarsmedja is a hometown museum and building memory at Hävla stream in the Skedevi parish in the Östergötland mountain range.

In 1682, the governor Jacob Henriksson Flemming (1640-1689) granted permission to manufacture smidable iron at the pouring power in the Skedevi parish. In the 19th century, the business was built and at the end of the 19th century, Hävla was one of the country's largest horse shoe suppliers. The smithy was in use until 1924.

Today, Hävla Bruk, called Nedre bruket, a modern industrial plant with the manufacture of steel products for the construction industry.

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18 comments:

  1. A wonderful find. I am sure you are very happy to have discovered it.

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  2. How interesting, I wouldn't mind spending a few hours wondering around!

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  3. That first photo is so peaceful and beautiful!

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  4. What a gorgeous place! And the model is awesome. All so interesting to see.

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  5. Hello, it is an interesting place to visit. The first and last scenes are beautiful! Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!

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  6. I love your photos!
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  7. It's a beautiful place -- and such a painless and enjoyable way to learn about history while walking around outside in lovely weather!

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  8. This looks like a beautiful and rugged area.

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  9. OH, even the lavatory facility is so cute! I guess there are already nature animals there. And probably butterflies.

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  10. Amazing place. Awesome pics.

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  11. So scenic and beautiful.

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  12. Lovely place with all this green nature. Beautiful photos.

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  13. Such an interesting, and beautiful, place to visit. Your took great photos as always 😊

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  14. When it's green, it's green! Beautiful.

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  15. We have a logging outdoor museum in our town. It used to be a logging railway bed, so the town set out old equipment along the way with markers explaining each piece. It is a popular walking and dog walking trail and runs next to a campground for tourists to enjoy. - Margy

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