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Asenvågøy Lighthouse is located north of Asen, about 9 km northwest of Lysøysund in Bjugn.
The lighthouse was completed in 1921 and was created to e...
Beacon on the islet Torra in Bjugn - Torra Wall - was erected to mark the Seafarers here was half way along the shore.
A tradition says that cairn mar...
The Unitehope-angel is found on Nesa Varden (67 m) east of Vallersund Farm. The Unitehope-angel was unveiled in 2009 and is part of a worldwide art pro...
Well preserved residential house from around 1890
Seegård church was designed by Arne Thorsrud and inaugurated in 1997. The actual church can seat 260 people. In addition, there is special room for the...
Håkonarparken (Håkon’s park) is situated in the heart of Fitjar village, and has a statue of Håkon I of Norway, who died in the battle against Eirik’s...
An old trading post and inn situated idyllically in the straits between Stordøya and Færøy in Langenuen, the post was in use from 1630 to 1965, when it...
The church lies beautifully situated near the Håkonar park, in the middle of the centre of Fitjar. Up to 1866, a stone church dating to the twelfth ce...
Mandal church is Norway’s largest wooden church, consecrated in 1821.
The tale of the serpent in the seljord Lake have been told since 1750 and have been passed down in spoken form, being only partly written down. You can look for the serpent from the sea serpent tower on Bjørgeøyan.