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Hellesylt waterfall is one of the most photographed motifs in the area. In the centre of the village, between two bridges (Høge bridge from 1907 and...
Friaren –The Suitor – lies on the opposite bank to Dei sju systre – The Seven Sisters – in the Geirangerfjord. The falls are not particularly high,...
The ”Seven Sisters” are among the most photographed waterfalls in Geirangerfjorden. They are close to Knivsflå, the abandoned farm. No less than seven...
Ørnevegen –Eagle Road – is the name given to the steepest stretch of road up the mountain side from Geiranger towards Eidsdal on riksveg 63.
Storseterfossen – a waterfall you can actually walk behind. A well-prepared footpath with a guardrail takes you behind the fall in perfect safety. The...
Unique collection of veteran cars
Many of the beautiful cars used to show tourists around the Geiranger area in the 1920s and 1930s are still...
Sunnylven is a tall, airy and roomy church seating up to 270. Built in 1858 and consecrated by Bishop Kaurin on 7th August 1859.
Sunnylven is one of...
Liabygda Church is a wooden, single-nave church, constructed in 1917, seating 150. The architect was Henry Bucher, Oslo, and the builder was Tore...
Geiranger Church is an octagonal church built in 1842 in timber, seating 120. The architect was Hans Klipe.
It’s thought that there has been a church...
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