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Flatdal, the valley district is situated about 10 kilometres north of Seljord. It is narrow and shaped like an U. High mountains are surrounding the...
Sandefjord has so many sculptures that an entire book entitled "Worth Seeing" is dedicated to them. The town - and the book - invite you to enjoy a walking tour of the sculptures. Among the largest and most famous works of art are Knut Steen's "Hvalfangstmonumentet" by the harbour and "Fortuna" in Badeparken, Nils Aas' embellishment of Hjertnes' funds wall towards Badeparken, and Arnold Haukeland's "Havdronningen" outside the Hjertnes cultural centre.
With the sculpture "Poseidon" in the middle, Badeparken today is like a great, green lung located at the centre of Sandefjord, with trees and beautiful plants, and featuring opportunities for both play and recreation. During the spa era, the park surrounded the Society Building.
Bergen Cathedral is nearly 900 years old. It started as a church dedicated to Olav the Holy, Norway’s patron saint, around year 1150.
St Mary`s church is the oldest existing building in Bergen. To judge by its architectural style, it was probably built between 1130 and 1170.
Spinneriet culture centre is situated by the Hjelmelandsåna river in Hjelmeland, Ryfylke.
Old spinning mill with a varied history, now renovated for c...
The medieval church Romnes is beautifully located by lake Norsjø and the Telemark Canal.
In 1999 the new power station was opened at Flørli by the Lysefjord in Ryfylke, far inside the mountain. The old power station and the steps leading u...
The Industrial Workers Museum at Sauda in Ryfylke shows what it was like to live in a worker`s apartment anno 1920 and 1960. A photographic exhibition...
Åbøbyen in Sauda in Ryfylke. Visit one of Norway`s best preserved townships featuring unique model town architecture from the 1920 in Ryfylke.