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Read more: Rikulv´s stone Photo: visitrjukan

Rjukan

Rikulv´s stone

From Kalhovd, the road continues to Lake Mårvatn. By following a path along the eastern bank of Mårvatn for about 20 minutes, visitors reach a natural...
Read more: Rjukanfossen Photo: Nancy Bundt

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Rjukanfossen

The Rjukan Waterfall is unfortunately much less impressive than it used to be as most of the water has now been diverted into pipes running to the...
Read more: Gaustabanen Photo: Joakim Helstad

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Gaustabanen

A cable railway has been built inside Mount Gausta.Gaustabanen consists of a battery-powered carriage on rails which transports passengers approx. 860...
Read more: Vemork Photo: Hans-Dieter Fleger

Rjukan

Vemork

The Rjukan Waterfall provided the basis for building the world's largest power station of the time at Vemork in 1911. The power station is now a...
Read more: Tinn Museum Photo: VisitRjukan AS

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Tinn Museum

Tinn Museum is a folklore museum with antiquarian buildings, which focuses on the old agrarian society in our region. Here you can study local...
Read more: Gras exhibition Photo: Hans-Dieter Fleger

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Gras exhibition

The Gras Group was a 15-20 artists who created political etching in a joint workshop in Oslo in the early ‘70s, but they were also a lot more. The...
Read more: The Industrial Worker Photo: Hans-Dieter Fleger

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The Industrial Worker

The Industrial Worker tells the story of five workers' everyday, working and social life from 1950 until the present day. When women started taking...
Read more: Churches in Tinn Photo: Ove Bergersen

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Churches in Tinn

Tinn has many beautiful churches. Atrå church dates back to 1836. The church is beautifully decorated with floral paintings by the talented local...
Read more: Cultural sites in Hovin Photo: VisitRjukan

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Cultural sites in Hovin

Many of the old logging works in Hovin have now been restored, and many more of these old logging sites can be seen if you walk along the path beside...
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