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Nordberg Fort Photo: Hanne Feyling, Visit Sørlandet/Lister Reiseliv Nordberg Fort Photo: Hanne Feyling, Visit Sørlandet/Lister Reiseliv Nordberg Fort Photo: Hanne Feyling, Visit Sørlandet/Lister Reiseliv Nordberg Fort Photo: Hanne Feyling, Visit Sørlandet/Lister Reiseliv
Nordberg Fort Photo: Hanne Feyling, Visit Sørlandet/Lister Reiseliv
Nordberg Fort Photo: Hanne Feyling, Visit Sørlandet/Lister Reiseliv
Nordberg Fort Photo: Hanne Feyling, Visit Sørlandet/Lister Reiseliv
Nordberg Fort Photo: Hanne Feyling, Visit Sørlandet/Lister Reiseliv
Come and visit one of the few Coastal Forts built by the Germans in World War 2, that is preserved in its original form.

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The Nordberg Fort was built by the Germans during World War 2. This fort is one of the few coastal forts built by the Germans that is preserved in its original form. As such it is protected as cultural heritage.

From the top of the fort is a great view of the Lista coastline which also provides opportunities for hiking, bicycle riding and of course visiting the beaches.

The tunnels at the fort have been secured and protected from the elements which are fun and popular for visitors of all ages.

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  • Outdoor sportsground
  • Activities

    • guided trips
    • hiking
    • conference
    • course
    • concerts
    • teambuilding
    • lecture
    • open-air theatre
    • outdoor pursuits centre
    • historical walk
    • special tours can be arranged
    • special night events
    • outdoor sportsground

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Nordberg Fort - Photo: Hanne Feyling, Visit Sørlandet/Lister Reiseliv

Nordberg Fort

The Nordberg Fort was built by the Germans during World War 2. This fort is one of the few coastal forts built by the Germans that is preserved in its...

Nordberg Fort

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