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Sandefjord's most famous sculpture is a memorial to whaling, created by Knut Steen at the end of the 1950s. The whaling monument shows whalers with oars in an open boat, with harpoons ready and water spraying.
With its white wooden houses from the early 1800s, Bjerggata is an idyllic street and one of Sandefjord's oldest and best preserved residential areas....
Russvassdammen in Borggrend is one of the most impressing timber floating dam where the wood are restored. At the same time the vegetation close to the dam is removed so that the dam can be seen in the terrain.
Folkestadbyen- The town of Folkestad.
In the 1870s, a centre for commerce and crafts started to appear in this small church village. The village received the name of “Folkestadbyen” and the towns people lived by paid work, commerce and handicraft.
Trettestølane and Nystølane belongs together as one mountain farm, and has done so as long as people can remember. The first summer farm was probably b...
Beautiful farm dating back to the 17th - 18th century, 2 min. walk from the ferry quay. The courtyard, where the country policemen lived, comprises 7...
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...
The Lofoten War Memorial Museum probably offers Norway´s most extensive collection of uniforms and smaller objects from the second World War. Most likely, this is in fact one of the world´s largest collections of this kind
The Dalen Hotel is a beautiful “fairy tale hotel” build in 1894 in grand romantic style with dragon heads, towers, pinnacles and balconies.
Fossanmoen, Forsand in Ryfylke, is the site of extensive remains from the Landa village, a remarkable and unique chapter in Norwegian history. Our ance...