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Hidden : 06/13/2012
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Kirkko  

Orisbergin kartano sijaitsee Isossakyrössä. Sen historia ulottuu 1670-luvulle, jolloin kolme vaasalaista kauppiasta,Jakob Ross, pormestari ja Korsholman kreivikunnan hopmanni, Jakob Mornay, Tukholman-kauppaan erikoistunut kauppias, ja Henrik Holmberg, raatimies perusti Orisbergin rautaruukin.
Odotusten vastaisesti seudulta ei kuitenkaan löytynyt rautamalmia, vaan se oli kuljetettava Ruotsista. Se kävi kuitenkin niin kalliiksi, että masuuni siirrettiin jo 1700-luvun alussa Oravaisten Kimoon, jonne syntyi Pohjanmaan toinen rautaruukki.
Orisbergin historian kukoistus alkoi vuonna 1783, kun ruukin osti värmlantilainen vuorimies Bengt Magnus Björkman, joka samana vuonna hankki omistukseensa myös Fiskarsin ruukin. Haminan rauhan solmimisen jälkeen 1809 Björkman katsoi parhaaksi palata Ruotsiin ja luovutti ruukin pojalleen Lars Magnus Björkmanille, aateloituna Björkenheim. Hänen aikanaan ruukkia parannettiin ja toiminta alkoi viimein kannattaa.
Kartanon nykyisen, P. G. Holmin piirtämän päärakennuksen perustukset rakennettiin jo vuonna 1804, mutta kartano saatiin kokonaan valmiiksi vasta 1810-luvulla. Orisbergista muodostui täydellinen ruukkiyhdyskunta, kun kartano sai oman hautausmaan ja Carl Ludvig Engelin piirtämän, puukirkon. Ruukkitoiminta Orisbergissa loppui vuonna 1900, jonka jälkeen kartanossa toimi maanviljelyskoulu. Björkenheimin suku omistaa kartanon edelleen, ja sukua asuu siinä.


Orisberg Manor is located in Isokyrö. Its history goes back 1670's, when the three vasa kind of merchant, James Ross, the mayor and the county Korsholma hopman, Jakob Mornay, Stockholm, specializing in trade with the merchant, and Henrik Holmberg, alderman Orisberg founded the ironworks.
Contrary to expectations, does not, however, been found for the region of the iron ore, but was carried from Sweden. It was so expensive, however, that the blast furnace was moved in the early 1700 to Oravais Kimo, where was born in Ostrobothnia second iron works.
Orisberg history heyday began in 1783 when the ironworks bought by mountain man Bengt Magnus Björkman, who was which is in the same year also acquired Fiskars. Peace of Hamina in 1809 after the conclusion of Federer preferred to return to Sweden, and handed over Ironworks to his son, Lars Magnus Björkman, ennobled Björkenheim.
During his time the works were improved and the operation began on finally pays off. The manor of the current, drawn by the main PG Holm's foundations were built as early as 1804, but the mansion was fully completed until the 1810s. Orisberg iron works consisted of a complete community, when the manor had its own cemetery, and a wooden church designed by Carl Ludvig Engel. The iron works Orisberg ended in 1900, after which the manor was agricultural school. Björkenheim family still owns the estate, and a part of family lives in it.

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