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The Hauge Centre

The Hauge Centre Photo: Olav H. Hauge-senteret The Hauge Centre Photo: Olav H. Hauge-senter. Jorid Lekve Eide The Hauge Centre Photo: Olav H. Hauge-senter. Jorid Lekve Eide The Hauge Centre Photo: Olav H. Hauge-senter. Jorid Lekve Eide
The Hauge Centre Photo: Olav H. Hauge-senteret
The Hauge Centre Photo: Olav H. Hauge-senter. Jorid Lekve Eide
The Hauge Centre Photo: Olav H. Hauge-senter. Jorid Lekve Eide
The Hauge Centre Photo: Olav H. Hauge-senter. Jorid Lekve Eide

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Ulvik Nynorsk kultursentrum is now establishing a research- and visitor centre presenting the poet Olav H. Hauge’s (1908-1994) life and poetry. The centre will also be a Norwegian centre for poetry in general. His works are translated into more than 25 languages. Until the official opening which takes place in 2014, the centre is offering exhibitions Monday- Friday 9am –3pm on Olav H. Hauge and other poets and litterature. For a guided tour or a visit outside opening hours, please contact us.

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Tue, Wed, Thu and Fri
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat - Sun
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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The Hauge Centre

Ulvik Nynorsk kultursentrum is now establishing a research- and visitor centre presenting the poet Olav H. Hauge’s (1908-1994) life and poetry. The ce...

The Hauge Centre

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