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Kalvøysund fort was a German coastal fort on the island Flostaøya east of Arendal, built during WW2. Today this is a popular recreational area.
The Løvøy Chapel on the Løvøya island is the smallest of Horten's three medieval churches and supposed to date back to the 1200's. The location of the church is connected to the St. Olav's well, and it is believed that the water had healing power.
Øvre Verket reprents one of the most important culturally historic places from the years of industrialization in Norway. At Øvre Verket you'll find antiques, a bunad workshop, frame workshop, and textile art as well as work from other artisans, and also a restaurant and gallery.
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Elongated wooden church by Hestadfjorden in Gaular - 13 m long and 5.5 m wide,
Built in 1805 - by the villagers from materials salvaged from an older...
Mølen in Brunlanes is a national treasure and one of Larvik’s most popular attractions.
Mølen is Norway's largest beach of rolling stones, and it is...
Hedrum church is a stone church from around the year 1100. The church can seat 260 people, and celebrated its first 950 years in 2010.
The Norwegian Crown Jewels unites national symbols with exquisite goldsmith art and are exhibited in the cellar of the west wing in the Archbishop's...
Fram is the strongest wooden ship ever built and still holds the records for sailing farthest north and farthest south. At the Fram Museum you can...
The Viking Ship Museum presents great Viking ship discoveries from Gokstad, Oseberg and Tune as well as other finds from Viking tombs around the Oslo...
Original uniforms and items dating back more than 350 years.
Models and documents about Norwegian Customs and the history of import and export to and...
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