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Østre Randøya (previously Randøya Fort) is a magnificent recreation area with smooth rocks ideal for sunbathing, a sheltered bay and excellent paths...
This is a timber house dating from about 1730, used for customs and excise from 1838. The building was listed for preservation in 1991....
The summer of 95 the Minister for the Environment, Thorbjørn Berntsen, opened the Kassen canal in Høvåg.
A beautiful canal providing a new gateway...
Vestre Moland church is a stone church from approx. 1200. Alterpiece from 1630 with paintings by Gotfried Hendtzschel. The church was extended into a...
Originally a 10 m long stone church dating back to approximately the year 1000. In 1767 expanded to twice its original size. In 1831 a wing was added...
Built around the year 1700, presents a large number of old utility articles from the old Høvåg. The mill at Isefjær, Kornbrekke Saw Mill between Trøe...
Sandra Svendsen's House dates from 1723 and is the oldest house in town, and one of the loveliest....
We recommend a city walk via the sophisticated Fish Market and lively restaurants, further via the Eastern Harbour with the Otterdal Fountain Park – a...
Go for a walk (approx. 3 km) on the former island naval base of Odderøya, now a recreation area, in Kristiansand. Walk on idyllic sign-posted paths...
Kristiansand's oldest fortress (ca. 1660-1797) and Northern Europe's largest quarantine station (1804-1914).
Rehabilitation is in progress....
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