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Slidredomen is the old principal parish church in Valdres, dating back to the 1100s.
In medieval times, this was where you would find the Dean, the...
Mo church ruin probably date back to around 1215, and this may well be Norway`s smallest free-standing stone church from medieval times.
Ulnes Church is a stone church from around 1265, and was mentioned in writing in 1307.
The choir comprises a very ald baptismal font cover. A female...
Shale is found several places in Valdres, but Rogne in Øystre Slidre is the only place were we have found the typical muskovit chlorite shale with its...
A newly restored mill from 1930. The first mill that was placed in the same location was built in 1892.
Leave Rv51 by Varpet, drive towards Dale....
Vang i Valdres
Along the stream Leineåne at Vennis you find six watermills. At the most, 13 mills were found at the Leineåne, but most of them were taken by the...
The 109 kilometres railway from Eina to Fagernes was opened in 1906.
In 1988, the traffic in Valdres was closed down, and the last regular train...
Gardbergfeltet in Vestre Slidre in Valdres is an area of more than 2 square kilometres. Here you will find more than 550 burial mounds and more than...
In Valdres, there has been extensive iron production from the year zero through the Middle Ages.
So to speak, in all the mountains you can find the...
Vang i Valdres
In The Høre Forest in Vang there are clear remains of a rural fortress. The fortress stretches east-west about 150 metres and north-south approx. 75 m....
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