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Suldalsosen in Suldal

Suldalsosen in Suldal Photo: Suldal Turistkotor Suldalsosen in Suldal Photo: Hanne Sundbø
Suldalsosen in Suldal Photo: Suldal Turistkotor
Suldalsosen in Suldal Photo: Hanne Sundbø

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Suldalsosen is a village in Suldal municipality, situated at the southwestern end of Suldalsvatnet lake. It once playing a key role in boat traffic on the lake, and in the historic tourism to the local rivers and streams.

At Suldalsosen there are two shops, a hotel, cabin rentals, petrol station, a church, school and daycare centre, as well as Statoil-Hydro’s offices for the Ulla-Førre hydroelectric facility. The village is a short drive from Kolbeinstveit Farmstead, now a rural museum.
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Suldalsosen in Suldal - Photo: Suldal Turistkotor

Suldalsosen in Suldal

Suldalsosen is a village in Suldal municipality, situated at the southwestern end of Suldalsvatnet lake. It once playing a key role in boat traffic on...

Suldalsosen in Suldal

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