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Oslo

Oslo City Museum

The City Museum in Frogner Park presents Oslo's history with models, paintings and photographs. Next to the museum is Frogner Manor, which contains...

Gjøvik

Gjøvik Olympiske Fjellhall

GJØVIK OLYMPIC CAVERN HALL - The world's largest underground auditorium. 120 meters into the mountain in the center of Gjøvik. Open 7 days a week. Top-class hockey arena. Hosts arrangements and activities as cultural events, trade fairs, exhibitions and sport events.

Åseral

Ljosland chapel

The chapel dates from 1959. In the choir there is a stained glass painting by the artist Ottar Helge Johannessen from Mandal. He has also produced the...

Rolvsøy

Hans Nielsen Hauge's Memorial Museum

Born in Rolvsøy, Fredrikstad in 1796, Hans Nielsen Hauge was a farmer/preacher who spoke up against the Church establishment in Norway. He is known for...

Hamar

Hamar Olympiske Anlegg

The Viking Ship is a modern multi-purpose hall with an interesting architecture. The form is based on the shape of the Viking ships, a functional and b...

Horten

Horten Automobile museum

The museum shows the colourful history of motor vehicles, and is located in the old Horten brewery.

Røros

Hyttklokka

Hyttklokka is positioned at the top of Mørkstugata, in proximity to Malmplassen. Hyttklokka was used to notify workers at the smelthytta(smelter hut)...

Oslo

Østre gravlund (Eastern Cemetery)

The cemetery was inaugurated in 1895 and has been enlarged several times, especially in the 1920s and 1930s, when it became richly vegetated with love...

Arendal

Arendal town hall

Norway's tallest wooden house is located in Arendal. Built as a private residence between 1812-15, it is today a national heirloom.

Øvre Eidfjord

Måbødalen Agricultural Countryside Museum

Experience a scenery with dramatic contrasts; high mountains and waterfalls. Road-building traditions from the 16th. century up to the present. 21 info...
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