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The first church in Vardø was built in 1307. The current church is the fourth in a row, and was consecrated in 1958.
Open: Mon-Thurs 10.00-13.00, and...
Hornøya – Vardø light house
Norway’s easternmost protected wildlife reserve for seabirds, nesting area for 73,000-88,000 pairs. Reference area for...
Old sites in Outer Syltevika. Two church sites and clustered sites from houses from the Middle Ages and from more recent times, as well as traces of a...
Syltevikvann lies about 7 km west of Hamningberg and is the site of an old Sami sacrificial circle. The circle has a slightly oval shape and consists...
A new museum building opened in 2012 with new exhibitions, a museum shop and café. the exhibitions deal with war and human rights. Excellent area for...
Hasvik Church is the main church in the borough, and can accommodate 200 people. It was inaugurated on 17 July 1955. On inauguration day was baptized...
Ássebákti Cultural and Nature Trail is a 3.5-km long trail providing an opportunity to become better acquainted with parts of the pre-history of the...
The caves on Sørøya.
During WWII, the caves in Nordsandfjorden, Bøle and Kvithellan were inhabited by people who had fled from their homes. More than...
The Old Church in Karasjok is Finnmark's oldest wooden church from 1807, the only building left standing in Karasjok after WWII – selected as the...
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