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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.
Rock carvings at Helgaberg at Stødle and Duesteinen and Bruteigsteinen in Stordalen can be viewed....
Haug kirke has been the main church in Eiker since the Norwegian Church was organized in 1153. Archaeological excavations were undertaken in the 1960s...
One of the largest collections of Rock carvings in Northern Europe, dating back to the Bronze Age (1500-500 BC) can be seen 2 km east of Hegra. More t...
The 34 meter tall stone tower was lit for the first time on the 10th of November 1836. Follow the 134 steps to the top and enjoy the fantastic view of...
At Steinmohaugen in Hell, there are rock carvings dating back to the Stone Age, approx. 5000 years old.
Due to the carving technique the figures are a...
There was an active molybdenum mine at Gursli from 1915 to 1919. Molybdenum is a metallic element whose most important use is to strengthen and harden...
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 hill fort of Bjorå is one of the best preserved hill forts in this part of Norway.
About Voss Folkemuseum (Voss Folk Museum):
Voss Folkemuseum is a local museum whose purpose is to preserve items of historic interest from Voss and t...