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Royal town, count's castle and princely home

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Back in the Middle Ages, Schackenborg Castle near Tønder was called Møgeltønderhus and belonged to the Bishop of Ribe. Commander Hans Schack renamed the castle in 1661. For 11 generations Schackenborg remained in the Schack family, in 1676-1924 as a count's…

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A Danish manor house is conventionally an overgrown" farm, so the lord can keep an eye on the …

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