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When you enter the chieftains house you feel the atmosphere of the iron age. The light flickers from the fireplace and the lamps burning with codliveroil.
Jelsa in Suldal is the best-preserved fjordside village in Ryfylke. There has been a church here since the 13th century and commercial activity since t...
The best preserved fortress town in the Nordic countries consists of buildings from the 18th century and and a fortification with walls and moats from the 17th century.
The 25th of May 1904 Professor Gustavson came to Tønsberg in order to begin excavations of the viking ship buried in the Oseberg mound.
He writes in...
Digging gold on Gulli
Gold-plated buckles are just some of the treasures derived from the Gulli field. Archaeologists now brushes the dust from the...
In the late 13th century, the first water powered mills were introduced in Norway. At Sevheim, Finnøy, an old mill has been restored and is a good plac...
Alfred Hauge Memorial is located just by Sjernarøy church. Alfred Hauge was a recognised author, born at Sjernarøy 17 October 1915. Hauge has written...
Catch ditches in Vågå.
The first hunters in the area, belonging to the original catching culture, have left lots of traces of their ancient civilizatio...
About 2 km north of Moelv you find Ringsaker's Stonehenge, The Twelve Stones Ring. The circle of 12 stones with a diameter of 25 m is one of the most...
Sleggveien street recounts an important part of Røros’ history. Travellers, craftsmen and casual labourers who had no homestead lived here and the houses have been restored in their traditional style by Røros museum’s craftsmen.