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Fossanmoen, Forsand in Ryfylke, is the site of extensive remains from the Landa village, a remarkable and unique chapter in Norwegian history. Our ance...
The old bridge over the Vestnesstraumen sound dates back to 1844, and in 1997 it was voted culture memorial of the year in the municipality. The over...
Between Kvikne and Tynset on Road nr. 3, you pass a sign leading to “Røstvangen Gruver”. This area was populated by settlers almost 100 years ago in co...
This stave church at Kaupanger in Sogndal is the largest of the stave churches, and is still in use as the local parish church. The Kaupanger Stave Church was built in the so-called Borgund style on the remnants of two earlier churches, and dates back to about 1190.
Erling Storedal inherited Storedal farm from his father in 1957. Erling was blind and wanted to do something else than farming. 800 years earlier King...
The Runde Environmental Centre exhibition is open daily throughout the summer season, and at announced arrangments. Groups (min. 20 people) can book...
Fekjo is a burial site from the time of the Vikings around 900 AD. It consists of 17 burial mounds, of which 10 have been excavated. The finds indicate...
Lordehytta cabin at Folarskardet (1620m above sea level) was built around 1880 by Lord Garvagh. There were two generations of Garvagh lords from Scot...
Rock carvings offer a unique glimpse of a long-lost culture.
Gjerpen in Skien is homo to several sites containing Bronze Age carvings such as Løberg, Wattenberg, Bergheim, Fossum, Mæla and Venstøp.
Fjære Church is an impressive stone building.