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Read more: Quaker House, Stakland

Aksdal

Quaker House, Stakland

The only remaining intact Quaker House in Scandinavia with its own cemetery. Open by arrangement....
Read more: Dokken Outdoor Museum – a part of Haugesund in the early years

Haugesund

Dokken Outdoor Museum – a part of Haugesund in the early years

Situated on idyllic hasseløy, also called Bakrarøynå, dokken is an independent part of the town which has grown from haugesund’s earliest origins. the...
Read more: Fishermen's Memorial Photo: Magnus J. Fjell

Stol

Fishermen's Memorial

Few other places in Norway have had as many commuters to America as the Ferkingstad area and western Karmøy. The Fishermen's Memorial has been raised...
Read more: Fartein Valen Homestead Photo: Valenheimen

Sveio

Fartein Valen Homestead

Composer Fartein valen’s home is located a half-hour’s drive north of haugesund town centre, and is just before Bømlafjord tunnel. Fartein valen was...
Read more: Memorial to the M.V. Folgefonden

Skånevik

Memorial to the M.V. Folgefonden

The monument was erected in memory of the 26 passengers that were lost when the M. V. Folgefonden capsized on 22nd August 1908. The memorial is...
Read more: Sæbøtunet Photo: Sunnhordland museum

Etne

Sæbøtunet

The Sæbøtunet farm is one of the few autentic farm museums in Sunnhordland. Here you can see building traditions and learn about life in Etne in the...
Read more: Jettegrytende i Rullestadjuvet

Etne

Jettegrytende i Rullestadjuvet

Marked path from Skromme. 30 minute walk from the bridge by the E-134 highway. Steep but fenced on the uppermost stretch. A deep hole in the rock face...
Read more: Rock carvings Photo: Etne kommune

Etne

Rock carvings

Rock carvings at Helgaberg at Stødle and Duesteinen and Bruteigsteinen in Stordalen can be viewed....
Read more: Stødle church Photo: Etne kommune

Etne

Stødle church

Stødle church - Etne Stødle church is Etne’s principal church. Erling Skakke probably built its older section in the middle of the twelfth century,...
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