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Ål

Sangefjell Outdoor Cathedral Ål in Hallingdal

Sangefjell Outdoor Cathedral is an open-air church at about 1000 masl. It was consecrated in 2001 and is the only open-air church in the Tunsberg dioc...

Tønsberg

Haugar Vestfold Art Museum

In Haugar Art Museum, right in the heart of Tønsberg, you can experience great art in the permanent and current exhibitions. For example: Andy Warhol...

Markhus

Evening riding tour to Vikastølen

Along mountain farm tracks with guide. Rest and open fire at the lakeside. Medium difficulty degree. Duration: 4 hrs Booking: On request for individua...

Røvær

Hiltahuset - The Røvær islands oldest house and museum

Hiltahuset is the oldest house at Røvær. The year of construction is unknown, but it was probably built around 1820. The house was used as a school fro...

Lyngør

Lyngør

This village in the sea consists of four islands, available only by boat or ferry, and the houses are built in the style of the days of sail.

Duken

Fulehuk fyr

Fulehuk fyr is a lighthouse built in the early 1800's on the archipelago Rauer due southeast from Østre Bolæren. It was lit for the first time in...

Snåsa

Saemien Sijte - South Sami Museum

Saemien Sijte is a South Sámi Museum and Cultural Center in Snåsa, located in the heart of the southern Sami area. Saemien Sijte imparts knowledge ab...

Tønsberg

Haugating

Haugar was Norway's second most important place for the election of kings. In memory of this a monument was raised here in 1954. Haugar can be assumed...

Tønsberg

Farmannshaugen - Royal viking burial in Tønsberg

Visible from road 312 and from "Grevestien". The burial was archaeologically examined in 1917. According to tradition it was erected in memory of King...

Tønsberg

Haugar - Royal viking burials in Tønsberg

The Saga tell us that during a battle on Haugar, King Harald Hairfair's sons, Olav, King of Viken, and Sigrød, King of Trøndelagen, fell and were burie...
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