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This cultural centre is situated in Øyslebø. It was originally built in 1922 as a folk high school, and consists of four buildings.
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.
In the days of sailing ships, Kleven was one of northern Europe’s best harbours. The village consists of wooden houses and shops from that era. Where t...
Kolberg Gård is a cultural venue for people who want to experience the simple and natural life.
A place for those who want a challenge and a unique e...
Justøya coastal fort, constructed by the Germans under the 2nd world war, with 5 heavy gun and 2 anti-aircraft positions, several bunkers and a network of tunnels.
Brekkestø was originally a temporary anchorage, also for sailing ships laid up for the winter. The story goes that in winter the ships lay so close to each other that you could cross the sound without getting your feet wet.
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 Aukra church was built in 1835 and has a octangular shape. The church has been through some changes and modifications since it was built. When the...
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.
In the city centre, to the north of Torvbyen. Consecrated in 1853. Burned down in 1944. New church built and consecrated in 1949, architect Arnstein Ar...