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Bytårnet was built as a gift to the city of Moss in 1920....
Bronze age carvings at Haugen in Tjølling outside Larvik.
The carvings date from the bronze age 1500-500 BC. Bronze age farmers have carved different...
The Brunla and Agnes burial area close to Stavern is one of the largest burial mounds from the Iron Age detected in Vestfold. Close to 90 graves, we...
Christianity was introduced to Norway around 1000 AD, and in the years to follow some one thousand stave churches were built. Ringebu Stave Church dates back to around 1220, and is one of the country’s 28 remaining buildings of its kind.
The Memorial Park is where most of the ruins of some of medieval Oslo's most important buildings.
St. Olav's Monastery from the 13th century is the b...
The exhibition “Mjøsas Ark” will tell you about the life around Norway’s largest lake, Mjøsa.
You will among other things see 8000 years old rock car...
Christian burial grounds, cooking pits and "witches graves".
The stone cross at Rygg is from the late Viking period er early Middel Ages. It has Celtic and Anglican features. The cross may have marked a place of...
The fishing village Titran was one of the most important in Central Norway with great and good harbor which at times could accommodate tens of boats a...