Landlæknihúsið

Landlæknihúsið (HM287J)

Location: Reykjavík, Capital Region
Country: Iceland

N 64° 8.78', W 21° 56.164'

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Stefán Gunnlaugsson sýslumaður reisti húsið árið 1838 á Stöðlakotstúni. Húsviðirnir komu tilsniðnir frá Noregi. Martin Smith konsúll og kaupmaþadur keypti húsið 1859 og lét stækka þad ári seinna, lengja til norðurs, setja miðjukvist og byggja við þad til austurs. Guðmundur Björnsson Landlæknir eignaðist húsið 1897 og við hann er þad oftast kennt. Hann lét reisa turnbyggingu við húsið eftir teikningu Rögnalvaldar Ólafssonar fyrsta íslenska arkitektsins. Húsið var allt endurbyggt á vegum

Tortusamtakanna 1980

(English translation:)
Stefán Gunnlaugsson, district commissioner, built the house in 1838 at Stöðlakotstún, with wood from Norway. Martin Smith, consul and merchant, bought the house in 1859 and expanded it a year later, extending it to the north and east. Guðmundur Björnsson Landlækir acquired the house in 1897 and it is with him that the house is usually associated. He added a tower to the house, following the plans of Rögnalvaldur Ólafsson, the first Icelandic architect. The house was completely renovated by the Tortus Association in 1980.
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HM NumberHM287J
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Date Added Thursday, June 7th, 2018 at 1:04pm PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)27W E 454455 N 7113655
Decimal Degrees64.14633333, -21.93606667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 64° 8.78', W 21° 56.164'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds64° 8' 46.8" N, 21° 56' 9.8400000000001" W
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Closest Postal AddressAt or near , Reykjavík Capital Region , IS
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