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Read more: Sylling kirke

Sylling

Sylling kirke

Sylling kirke is a church constructed in a rectangular shape, from 1852 to Sylling in Lier. The church has a cemetery and next to it is the old...
Read more: Hernestangen Kulturmarked

Hyggen

Hernestangen Kulturmarked

A group of local artists - amateur and professional - show a wide range of handicrafts for sale during the summer at Hernestangen farm, close to the...
Read more: Kolberg Farm Photo: Kolberg Gård

Vestfossen

Kolberg Farm

Kolberg Gård is a cultural venue for people who want to experience the simple and natural life. A place for those who want a challenge and a unique...
Read more: The burial mounds at Huseby Photo: Ingvil Mjøen

Lier

The burial mounds at Huseby

The two burial mounds at Huseby is from the late Iron Age and is Norway's largest burial mounds. They are about 5 feet high and measuring between...
Read more: Gulskogen Manor Photo: Gulskogen Gård

Drammen

Gulskogen Manor

The manor house at Gulskogen was erected in the Louis XVI style in 1804. The house contains the original furnishings that belonged to several...
Read more: Holmsbu Art Gallery

Holmsbu

Holmsbu Art Gallery

The painters Kris and Oluf Wold Thorne came to Støa, Holmsbu together with Thorvald Erichsen in 1911, later joined by Gudrun and Henrik Sørensen....
Read more: Holmsbu Malekatteri Photo: ida elisabeth

Holmsbu

Holmsbu Malekatteri

The popular artist ida Elisabeth holds her annual summer exhibition of new watercolours from mid-June. Also blue and white porcelain, cards, calenders...
Read more: Holm Farm Photo: Holm Gård

Holmsbu

Holm Farm

Holm Gård is one of the oldest farms in Hurum, and has a nice view on the Drammensfjord. Both the location and atmosphere creates a unique setting...
Read more: The stone inscriptions in Skogerveien, Drammen Photo: Geir Dahl

Drammen

The stone inscriptions in Skogerveien, Drammen

The stone inscriptions in Skogerveien were probably made in the Stone Age, for 6000 years ago. At that time the sea level and the inscriptions were...
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