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Christinegård (also known as Christinelyst and Prahlgården) is a manor house located in the neighborhood of Sandviken in Bergen, Norway. The villa has a dominant position in the hillside overlooking Byfjorden. 
The main building was originally constructed as a country home around 1763. Michael Djurhus Prahl (1781-1851), a Bergen merchant and later Member of the Norwegian Parliament (1818-20) bought the property in 1836. The manor house was largely rebuilt in Empire style architecture. The distinctive design and the many motifs reflect the influence of the architect, Ole Peter Riis Høegh (1806- 1852). 
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