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Attractions & Culture in Kristiansand
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Have a leisurely walk through “Posebyen”, one of Northern Europe’s largest collections of charming, old, white wooden houses.
Vestre Moland church is a stone church from approx. 1200. Alterpiece from 1630 with paintings by Gotfried Hendtzschel. The church was extended into a cruciform church in 1797. Restored in 1966.
Sandra Svendsen's House dates from 1723 and is the oldest house in town, and one of the loveliest.
Built around the year 1700, presents a large number of old utility articles from the old Høvåg.
This is a timber house dating from about 1730, used for customs and excise from 1838. The building was listed for preservation in 1991.
In the gallery you will find unique art glass blown in the workshop by Camilla and Jarle Knapstad and jewellery made by goldsmiths Randi and Bjørnar Knapstad.
A national centre for the preservation of historic ships built of steel - both a living engineering workshop and a museum. Take part on a fascinating exploration under and over, inside and outside the old ships and listen to accounts of the work in progress.
Østre Randøya (previously Randøya Fort) is a magnificent recreation area with smooth rocks ideal for sunbathing, a sheltered bay and excellent paths for walking.
Telemarksvegen (RV 41) from Kristiansand alongroad 41 to Morgedal is quite an experience.
In the Chapel on the Wharf all visitors are welcome