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Máze Zion, the first church in Máze Zion was built in 1721 by the Sami missionary, Thomas W. Westen and Morten Lund. The first public sector school in...
The North Cape cliff has long been a popular and important navigation mark for shipping traffic in the north. In 1553, an English expedition set sail...
Pikefossen falls is the only waterfall (8 metres) on the Kautokeino/Alta River. The name is derived from a Sami legend of a girl herding reindeer...
Kautokeino Church is one of the churches with the most churchgoers in Norway, and is particularly busy during Easter. It was built in 1958, after the...
Máze/Masi is located halfway between Alta and Kautokeino along highway 93. The name is derived from Mázejohkka, the winding river. With the planned...
Hornøya – Vardø light house
Norway’s easternmost protected wildlife reserve for seabirds, nesting area for 73,000-88,000 pairs. Reference area for...
The first church in Vardø was built in 1307. The current church is the fourth in a row, and was consecrated in 1958.
Open: Mon-Thurs 10.00-13.00, and...
In Løkvik, civilians and partisans fought side by side in their resistance movement against the German occupation forces during WWII. There is a war...
A popular recreational area adapted for visitors. Prepared trails and campfire sites. The landscape and culture here in the North are very vulnerable...
Sandfjorden is a landscape preservation area dominated by a tall mountain ridge and a long sandy beach with dunes and distinctive vegetation. All...
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