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Stavanger

Frue kulturkirke

Wednesday concerts in Frue church (Hetland kirke) stated the Spring 2013 and has since then been a weekly concert offer.  The target for the concerts...

Tarva

Tarva lighthouse

Tarva lighthouse was established in 1894 and closed down and replaced by a smaller lighthouse in 1956. The lamp house stood on the west side of the kee...

Sula

Sula Chapel

Sula chapel is built in wood and became listed in 1925. The church has long plan and 200 seats. Architect: Martin Petterse...

Hamarvik

Hallaren Church

Hallaren church is built of wood and was erected in 1881. The church has long plan and 400 seats. Architect: J.H.Nissen / Kristian Hovde...

Kapp

Sculpture stop: "Allium"

The sculpture “Allium” by Sverre Wyller is situated in an open landscape in Østre Toten. Allium means onion and the sculpture’s form is inspired by the...

Dyrvik

Sletta Church

Sletta church is built of brick and was erected in 1990. The church has circular plan and 430 seats. Architect: Odd Østbye...

Gjøvik

Sculpture stop: "Gripping"

Artist Richard Deacon has created an amalgamation of his impressions from Gjøvik in the form of a five-metre high sculpture in sand cast aluminium. Gr...

Mausund

Måøy Chapel

Måøy Chapel was originally constructed in 1939. The building was developed and dedicated to the chapel in 1975. The structure is wood and has 250 seat...

Sandstad

Sandstad church

Sandstad church is built of wood and was erected in 1888. The church has long plan and 350 seats....

Kvenvær

Kvenvær church

Kvenvær church is built of wood and was erected in 1909. The church has long plan and 500 seats....
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