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The Skei field in Sparbu is believed to be North Trøndelag's larges burial ground, dating from approx 800 AD. Homesteads, a so-called round yard, buria...
One of Trøndelag most distinctive cultural heritage can be found at Helge in Byafossen, Steinkjer. The area contains several burial mounds and stone mo...
At Bardal in South-Beistad, not far from Steinkjer city centre, you will find one of Trøndelag's largest collections of rock carvings.
The 300 m2 large...
at Tjøme Radio Station was built as a coastal fortress in 1935-40 and is equipped with 3 cannons. There is a lot of beautiful nature to beho...
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.
Ålesund Spellemannslag is an active team of folklore dancers with great variance in age and activity. The team is one of the most active in Norway, and has travelled around the world with its performances.
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.
Søsterkirkene – the Sisters Churches - on Granavollen are an impressive landmark and have a mysterious history. Two churches are placed next to each other. Their steeples have inspired the design of the Gran municipal coat-of-arms.
Grinakervev is a charming weaving workshop that you would regret passing by – please pop in!
The workshop weaves beautiful table textiles and many ot...
Hadeland Mining Museum is dedicated to the mines, rocks and minerals of the area who is a classic mining district. The area is famous for its exciting rocks and mineral occurrences. Guided tours and bat safari to the old zink mine.