St.Olavsgate 52-54
The street St. Olavsgate runs in a north-south direction on the west side above the Harstad town centre. Situated at the intersection of the streets Erikstads gate and St. Olavs gate are two residencies from the 19th century. Both houses have features from the Empire style. Ever since the end of the 17th century there have been buildings in this area. Today this area is characterised by older and newer wooden houses, with many well-preserved houses from different periods, and with diverse stylistic features.

Year of construction

Roughly the middle of the 19th century

Building Type

Residential

Construction System / Materials

Woodwork
timber
cogging joint method

Keywords

residence
woodwork
timber
cog joint construction
empire style

Literature

Bruun, Ola og Jim Myrstad, "Sommer i St. Olavs gate - Bylandskap Harstad 100 år 2004" in Harstad Tidende 04.07.2003 pp. 26-27

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St. Olavs gate 52 og 54
St.Olavs gate 52 og 54
St.Olavs gate 52 og 54