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Årbakkavollen

Årbakkavollen Photo: Rune Øvrebotten Årbakkavollen Photo: Tysnes kommune
Årbakkavollen Photo: Rune Øvrebotten
Årbakkavollen Photo: Tysnes kommune

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The Årbakkavollen rampart is situated directly above the old trading post. The rampart dates from the early Iron Age (0-550 A.D.), with the remains of at least 20 burial mounds and six standing stones, between one and three metres tall. The trading station at Årbakka, a classic example of a Western Norwegian trading station from 1898, sheltered location on the Onarheimsfjord. Tysnes coastal culture association has a coast- and motor collection in the smithy. Art exhibitions in sjøbuo and sales of handicraft products in the country store.

Open every weekend from 27 April -9 June 12-17.
From 12 June - 28 July Wednesday - Sunday 12 - 17.
Open 1 May, 9 - 12 May and 18 - 20 May 12 - 17.

In july, Contact: +47 93 20 61 11

Information board at the car park.

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Årbakkavollen - Photo: Rune Øvrebotten

Årbakkavollen

The Årbakkavollen rampart is situated directly above the old trading post. The rampart dates from the early Iron Age (0-550 A.D.), with the remains of...

Årbakkavollen

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