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Come and visit one of the few Coastal Forts built by the Germans in World War 2, that is preserved in its original form.
Eide Church was built in 1795.
The very first buildings in Bergen were alongside the harbour called Bryggen. The old Hanseatic wharf is architecturally unique and is included on UNESCO's list of world heritage of history and culture.
Holm parish, built in the 1500s, was moved from Hjartdal to Nutheim in 1963. The building was restored back to the condition it mus have had prior to...
Flatdal Church is a timbered long church, built in 1654 on the site of an earlier stave church. In 1923 Bishop Bernt Støylen arranged for the crucifix, altarpiece and the canopy from the old stave church to be retrieved and placed in the church. The church is situated near the Flatdal valley district.
Did you know that the copper of the Statue of Liberty in New York came from Karmøy? Information about this and about the history of the mining communit...
The island Borgarøya in the archipelago outside Ulsteinvik was a bustling trading community from the 17th century. At its peak, 17 houses were running...
Ulstein Church is from 1848, and was built after the original stone church from 1150 was torn down in 1848. The church is made from timber, and has got a lovely interior, with some artefacts left from the original church.
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Hove Church, dated to the end of the 12th century, is the oldest stone building in the Sogn region and probably one of the oldest in the country.
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Hopperstad stave church from 1130 is one of the oldest and biggest stave churches in Norway.