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Midsund

The Bjørnerem caves

Bjørneremshelleren lies 200 m obliquely up from Bjørnerem, by RV 668 road. The first people to settle in Romsdal probably lived in these caves. Finding...

Bud

Bud Korskirke church

A cruciform wooden church dating from 1717 and seating 250. In former times the dome-shaped tower was a landmark for fishing boats on their way home....

Ona

The fishing village of Ona and Ona lighthouse

Norway's southernmost still-functioning traditional fishing village with a permanent population of about 20-25. This small island community has small...

Elnesvågen

Troll Church (484 m.a.s.l.)

The Troll church consists of three exciting limestone grottos with underground streams and waterfalls. The two lower grottos have beautiful waterfalls...

Aukra

The Rokta Monument at Gossen island

On the western side of the island of Rindarøy in the municipality of Aukra stands the "Rokta" monument by Nicolaus Wiederberg. This stone sculpture is...

Isfjorden

The Clothing Factory Museum in Isfjorden

Clothing factory which was operative from 1938 to 1982, and displays an authentic 1960s working and living environment....

Molde

The Romsdal Museum in Molde

One of the largest and most comprehensive folk museums in Norway is located only a 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of Molde town. The Romsdal Museum...

Molde

Varden - the Molde Panorama

From the Varden viewpoint (407 m.a.s.) there is a fantastic view over the town of Molde, the fjord with the islands, and the famous Molde panorama wit...

Aukra

Løvikremma Coastal Farm

Traditional coastal farm dating back to the end of the 19th century. During the season guests are welcomed by friendly hosts, and refreshments are ava...

Ålesund

Ålesund Church

Ålesund Church was built in 1909, after the old church from 1854 was destroyed in the great Town Fire of 1904. The church is built in concrete and Norwegian marble, and is beautifully decorated with stained glass windows and frescoes.
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