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Larvik

Agnes Stone Emplacement

The Agnes Stone Paving is the name of 14 stones making a ship-like formation, the stems situated in direction west-east. The stone paving is also calle...

Larvik

Herregården

"The High Residence of the Count" - The Manor House - was built by the recently appointed Count of Larvik, Ulrik Fredrik Gyldenløve, in the 1670s. The...

Stavern

Hall of Rememberence

Sailors`Memorial Hall outside Stavern is Norway's first memorial for sailors who lost their lives during the First World War and the Second World War....

Rauland

Rauland Art Museum

The museum shows sculptures, paintings, graphic art and drawings by the famous artist Dyre Vaa (1903-1980). The sculptor Tor Vaa, son of Dyre Vaa, is also represented by a special exhibition. The Skinnarland Collection houses more than 100 works of art by sculptor Knut Skinnarland and a replica of his studio in Rauland. Also represented with several works is the sculptor Aslak Svalastoga.  There are new sales- and special exhibitions every year.

Ullensaker

The Pilgrim Way at Romerike

The Pilgrim Way at Romerike – the Saint Olav Ways to Trondheim Once again you can walk along the old trails that the pilgrims of the Middle Ages follo...

Geiranger

Storseterfossen

Storseterfossen – a waterfall you can actually walk behind. A well-prepared footpath with a guardrail takes you behind the fall in perfect safety. The...

Geiranger

Ørnevegen – Ørnesvingen

Ørnevegen –Eagle Road – is the name given to the steepest stretch of road up the mountain side from Geiranger towards Eidsdal on riksveg 63. The roa...

Harstad

The Adolfgun

One of the largest landbased guns in the world, built by the German military during World War II. It is the only completely restored fortification in the world.

Harstad

Trondenes Church

The world`s northernmost stone church, dating back to the late Middle Ages (1250).
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