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The photo museum at Øksendal

The photo museum at Øksendal Photo: sirdal.no
The photo museum at Øksendal Photo: sirdal.no
The photo museum at Øksendal represent a collection of high cultural-historic value.

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The pictures at the photographers T. Dahl own house, was taken in the period 1884-1979. Tønes Dahl was a self-learned photographer, and he made a lot of the equipement he used to take and develope pictures himself! The pictures show what it was like living in Sirdal 40-70 years ago, and hence is of great cultural-historic value.

The museum is open on request.

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The photo museum at Øksendal

The pictures at the photographers T. Dahl own house, was taken in the period 1884-1979. Tønes Dahl was a self-learned photographer, and he made a lot o...

The photo museum at Øksendal

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