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Lyngør was awarded Europe's best preserved village in 1991. This village in the sea consists of four islands, where houses are built in the...
Radiohòla (literal: the radio cave) is a natural shelter used by the Norwegian resistance during the second world war. It served as a hiding place for...
Vangen church was built (1202) by a mighty and wealthy family that lived in Aurland in the Viking- and Middle ages.
The church is built in a style...
Undredal Church is built as a stave church in 1147 and was called St. Nicholas Chapel. The church has white clapboard sidings and is the smallest in...
One of the most significant churches from this era (appr 1180). Stone, marble and soapstone are the building materials. Inside the walls, internal...
Wooden church dating from 1829. Built as a smaller copy of Church of Tynset (southern Norway), from where many of the parishioners immigrated in the...
The Traut Mine is the largest of its kind in Nord-Odal. During the period 1770 to 1830, it was used to mine ore which was then transported to Odals...
About 2 km north of Moelv you find Ringsaker's Stonehenge, The Twelve Stones Ring. The circle of 12 stones with a diameter of 25 m is one of the most...
One of the largest collections of Rock carvings in Northern Europe, dating back to the Bronze Age (1500-500 BC) can be seen 2 km east of Hegra. More...
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