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This summer we are pleased to present the exhibition What´s Life Anyway? Works from The Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation collection.
200 km radius, to Finland or Sweden. Eight people per van. Warm snow suits with hood and reflective vest, headlamps, tripods, cable release, heat...
It is magical, simply magical. You think you must be dreaming, especially when you catch an outbreak from the start. It just comes from nowhere… and...
It’s like someone is doing a huge water color painting, in real time, across the canvas of the dark black sky.
This is nature’s own silent movie...
Sami culture, archaelogy, church art, geology, Northern Lights and zoology in Northern Norway's most comprehensive museum. Suitable for...
The Polar Museum tells the exciting story of risky Arctic trapping and courageous polar expeditions. Located in former Customs House on the quayside...
The oldest house in Tromsø, built as a custom's station in 1789, surrounded by smaller houses. The foundations are the remnants of mediaeval...
Calble car up to Mount Storsteinen (421m/1382ft) with fantastic view of Tromsø. During the Midnight Sun period, the cable car is open until past...
Small 1861 church, seat for the world's northernmost Catholic bishop. Well-preserved Neo-Gothic exterior, with a slightly more modernised interior....
The Arctic Cathedral is a daring piece of architecture built in 1965, inspired by Arctic nature. The "Return of Christ" glass mosaic window dominates...
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