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Hesnesøy, also comprising Kvaløy, was once among the most important harbours along the south coast, and this beautiful gem is still home to local...
Uranienborg, or Torjusheia, as the correct name is, is a wonderful and popular viewpoint in the city, 62 meters over sea level.
The name Uranienborg...
The Rjukanfossen, or the Rjukan Falls (the name means "The Smoking Falls"). Not to be confused with Telemark's Rjukanfoss which has been diverted into...
What is a smooth rocky shore?
Cliffs and sandy beaches are very common, but the polished rocky shores are unique to Norway – almost. They do exist in...
Hovden i Setesdal
The Hovden Museum of Iron Production is built around a reconstructed melting facility and shows how coal and iron were extracted in the early Middle...
Helvedesfossen runs where the old coast highway and the current E18 crosses Moelva (river) in Tingsaker. The old stone bridge is still intact and was...
Dvergsøya and Stokken are public recreational areas with bathing places, landing stages and toilets.
Summer cafe is open daily for 5-6 weeks in the...
On the island of Flekkerøy there are several areas that are now reserved for outdoor recreation purposes. Carparks and paths for walks are being...
A vigorous and "mystical" nature park beneath the precipitous Ravneheia. The heath, lake and pair of swans are distinctive features.
Founded in 1876...
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