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The stone inscriptions in Skogerveien, Drammen

The stone inscriptions in Skogerveien were probably made in the Stone Age, for 6000 years ago. At that time the sea level and the inscriptions were the...


Flesberg stave church

Flesberg stave church dating back to approximately 1150-1200, this church are famous for interior decorations. Church services are still held in the c...


Urnes Stave Church

UNESCO Urnes Stave Church , the oldest of Norway's stave churches, is included on UNESCO's World Heritage List. It was built around 1130 AD, but the...


Torås Fort

Torås Fort at Tjøme Radio Station was built as a coastal fortress in 1935-40 and is equipped with 3 cannons. There is a lot of beautiful nature to beho...



The Årbakkavollen rampart is situated directly above the old trading post. The rampart dates from the early Iron Age (0-550 A.D.), with the remains of...


The lime oven at Flakka

The rock on the eastern side of Tysnes is rich in lime. It was used for lime burning for many hundreds of years and provided the farms in the area wit...


Rock carving in Grenland

Rock carvings offer a unique glimpse of a long-lost culture.  Gjerpen in Skien is homo to several sites containing Bronze Age carvings such as Løberg, Wattenberg, Bergheim, Fossum, Mæla and Venstøp.


Totenviken church

Totenviken church isa long church built in 1896. It is relatively large, with seating for 400 people, including the gallery. The altar piece was made b...


Storedal Kultursenter (cultural site)

Erling Storedal inherited Storedal farm from his father in 1957. Erling was blind and wanted to do something else than farming. 800 years earlier King...
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