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Larvik

Thor Heyerdahl

Thor Heyerdahl (1914 -2002) was an archaeologist, an author and an adventurer. He is regarded as the most famous person ever to come from Larvik. Thor...

LINDESNES

Bergstølsaga

Old sawmill with water channel from 1870.

Halden

Fredrikshalds Theater

Norway's oldest Baroque Theater - a cultural institution in Halden! The Theatre contains over 100 original stage sets from 1838 - 1916, and is still an important and popular stage for theater and musical performances.

Alvdal

Aukrustsenteret

The Aukrust Center lies in the little town of Alvdal in one of Norway's many beautiful valleys. Its a museum built to house the life work of multi- artist Kjell Aukrust. Visit this beautiful building and experience Aukrust's drawings, paintings, the figures and humoristic imaginative invention.

Sarpsborg

Borgarsyssel Museum

Opens June 1. and closes August 31, daily except Mondays.Throughout September open on Sundays 12.00-5.00 pm Free admission. Borgarsyssel Museum holds...

Halsnøy Kloster

Halsnøy Monastery

Halsnøy monastery is on the island Halsnøy in the southern part of Kvinnherad. The monastery was finished in 1164 - built by the viking chief Erling...

Jaren

Hadeland Folkemuseum

Visit idyllic Hadeland Folkemuseum and get a glimpse of everyday life from the past. The open air museum contains more than 30 buildings from the 17th to the 20th centuries and gives a good example of everyday life in the past.

Kristiansand S

The Chapel on the wharf

In the Chapel on the Wharf all visitors are welcome, whether it’s to meet people who have time for a chat and a cup of coffee, or to find a quiet place for peace and contemplation in the chapel. Roadside church.

Kristiansand S

Ansgarkapellet

A sacred room; silence, wonder and change. Design by Kjell Nupen.

Kristiansand S

Søm Church

Søm Church was consecrated in November 2004. The church has a distinctive style with its red-brick construction and a long glass painting stretching from the altar over the roof to the main door, with the motto "from darkness to light".
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