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This stave church at Kaupanger in Sogndal is the largest of the stave churches, and is still in use as the local parish church. The Kaupanger Stave Church was built in the so-called Borgund style on the remnants of two earlier churches, and dates back to about 1190.
Gardbergfeltet in Vestre Slidre in Valdres is an area of more than 2 square kilometres. Here you will find more than 550 burial mounds and more than...
Øye Stave Church was probably built towards the end of the 1100s. its original location was in the fields facing Vangsmjøsa. This was an extremely wet...
In this museum you will find 15 buildings and about 2500 items from Hedalen and the next valley
Vassfaret.Within the area there is an old "grocerystore...
Hegge Stave Church is featuring eight free-standing columns inside.
The church was probably built around 1216, but the baptismal font dates back to t...
Reinli Stave Church dates back to around 1326, but prior to this the site has been home to two other churches.
The only remains left of the first chu...
Lomen Stave Church is believed to date back to around 1192. The oldest coin found is from King Sverre`s era 1177-1202.
In 1750, the church was convert...
An unusual runic insription shows that Høre Stave Church dates back to around 1179.
However, as the oldest coin found under the church floor is from...
Vang i Valdres
Along the stream Leineåne at Vennis you find six watermills. At the most, 13 mills were found at the Leineåne, but most of them were taken by the great...
Vang i Valdres
In The Høre Forest in Vang there are clear remains of a rural fortress. The fortress stretches east-west about 150 metres and north-south approx. 75 m....