Sepac 2019 - Old Residential Houses - Set
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The Factor’s House in Nedstikaupstaður in Isafjordur is one of Iceland’s oldest residences. Originally built in 1765 by Danish merchants from the General Trading Company of Copenhagen, it is an example of the oldest types of residential buildings from the 18th century. The company took over the monopoly trade in Iceland in 1764 and built fine residential houses in several trading places in Iceland. This house is named after the store managers in Isafjordur who were called factors and lived on the premises.