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Limagarden

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Limagarden Photo: Gjesdal kommune
Limagarden Photo: Jærmuseet
Limagarden Photo: Gjesdal kommune
Limagarden Photo: Jærmuseet
Limagarden Photo: Jærmuseet

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Experience local history and the cultural landscape formed by generations of sheep farming. Gjesdal Village Museum's entire collection of farm buildings is here. Some dating from the first half of the 19th century are fine examples of their building types.

Access: 2 km south of Ålgård on trunk road Rv45 towards Sirdalen.

Activity days on Sundays from April to October, with food and refreshments. Guided tours by appointment.

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Limagarden

Experience local history and the cultural landscape formed by generations of sheep farming. Gjesdal Village Museum's entire collection of farm...

Limagarden

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