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M nstorps gavlar
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Månstorps Gavlar är en slottsruin i Vellinge Kommun i Skåne

En urgammal sätesgård, Mogenstrup; vars förste kände ägare
tillhörde den danska ätten Hack. Senare tillhörde den släkten Bille,
som 1540-1547 byggde Månstorp med all den tidens lyx. 

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Uploaded: 24/02/2012
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Tags: ruin; fornminne; underhållning; musik; säteagård; musikunderhållning
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