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Cultural heritage in Norway
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A collection of buildings dating back over 250 years.
The world`s northernmost stone church, dating back to the late Middle Ages (1250).
Borre church was built in the 1100s and is one of the country's most interesting churches from the Middle Ages.
The ruins of Mjøskastellet are situated on the island Steinsholmen in Lake Mjøsa. It was build around year 1230 and at that time it was one of the larg...
The banqueting hall, built in 1295, is a national monument and Norway's oldest wooden non- ecclesiastical building. Finnesloftet is situated along the...
The history of this church dates back to the 13th century, and a crucifix from that period is among the oldest furnishings. A new chancel and sacristy...
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 paintings.
The 300 km2 lar...
Årdal i Ryfylke
Årdal Old church in Årdal in Ryfylke is one of the most distinctive and beautiful wooden Renaissance churches from the 17th century. The church was bu...