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Ole Ottesastua

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Open air museum on the saga-island Bjarkøy.

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Ole Ottesastua is a restored 19th century crofter`s cottage in historical surroundings.

A visit at the cottage should be combined with the heritage trail on the saga-island, the home of the viking chieftain Tore Hund.

Open: all year by appointment.

Contact www.stmu.no for further information or booking.

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Ole Ottesastua is a restored 19th century crofter`s cottage in historical surroundings. A visit at the cottage should be combined with the heritage t...

Ole Ottesastua

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