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Centre for local history

Centre for local history Photo: Aurland kommune
Centre for local history Photo: Aurland kommune

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At the center for local history there is an office with information about emigration. Exhibitions with local themes from culture and history.
There is a photo-archive, and geneology services.
"Sivlesamlinga" shows some of the belongings of the poet Per Sivle who was born in Flåm in 1857.
Extended opening hours during the summer season.

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4/2/2013 - 9/30/2013
Mon - Sun

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Centre for local history - Photo: Aurland kommune

Centre for local history

At the center for local history there is an office with information about emigration. Exhibitions with local themes from culture and history. There...

Centre for local history

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