Charlottenborg is a manor house in Motala, at the shorelines of Motala Stream, Ostergotland county, Sweden. Today Charlottenborg homes the Motala Museum, with exhibitions on local history. The manor changed into constructed in the mid 17th century with the aid of rely Ludvig Wierich Lewenhaupt and named in honour of his spouse, Charlotte von Hohenlohe-Neuenstein. Charlottenborg has been domestic to each Adam Ludwig Lewenhaupt and Daniel Fraser. The mid-seventeenth-century house this is shown in an engraving in Erik Dahlberg's enormous topography, Suecia antiqua et hodierna, turned into rebuilt in greater contemporary fashion within the eighteenth century.
Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna is a set of engravings gathered through Erik Dahlbergh for the duration of the middle of the 17th century. Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna can be defined as a grand imaginative and prescient of Sweden for the duration of its period as a superb strength. The house is haunted via the Lady in White and the Lady in Black. The Lady in White is stated to be the first proprietor Charlotte Lewenhaupt and he or she is regularly visible by using the staff and visitors.