Kjosveien, 9060 Lyngseidet
In the middle of the town centre in Lyngseidet lie two old wooden buildings, the estate Rossgården and the old bakery. These structures along with the estate Giævergården form a row that constitutes Lyngseidet's old centre. These three wooden buildings vary in size and detailing. Together they represent developments in architecture over a span of one hundred years - from the beginning of the 19th century until the beginning of the 20th century.

A bakery was often the first business that was established in emerging towns, during the beginning in the 19th century. The estate Rossgården was built as a residence for the blacksmith Ross, who established a boat slip and repair shop in Lyngseidet - also the most important business that is still in operation.

The bakery is one of the Lyngseidets oldest existing structures. It was declared a listed building in 1982.

Year of construction

19th century

Building Type

Bakery
residence

Construction System / Materials

Woodwork
cogging joint method

Keywords

woodwork
cog joint construction
bakery
residence
Swiss style

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Bakeriet og Rossgården på Lyngseidet
Bakeriet og Rossgården på Lyngseidet
Bakeriet og Rossgården på Lyngseidet
Bakeriet og Rossgården på Lyngseidet
Bakeriet og Rossgården på Lyngseidet