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The world`s northernmost stone church, dating back to the late Middle Ages (1250).
Old trading post and guesthouse dating back to the 16th century. The property has been in the same family for 10 generations, since 1673. The restaurant focuses on food based on local goods. A culinary treat!
The ironworks at Moholt started operations in 1731 as a subsidiary of the larger ironworks at Larvik.
Today, one can see the remains of a blast furna...
Støa Toy Factory in Marnardal has been running since 1928, and we are carrying on the tradition with colourful wooden toys made of locally grown birch on to new generations of children.
The stone inscriptions in Skogerveien were probably made in the Stone Age, for 6000 years ago. At that time the sea level and the inscriptions were the...
The first stone church in Nes was built on the headland between the Glomma and Vorma rivers in the twelfth century. Guided tours for groups by prior ar...
Gol Bygdetun Skaga is an outdoor museum showing old local houses. Skaga sits up high in the valley side with a beautiful view of Gol.
The museum has a...
Cultural memories are traces of human activity. They can be both 10,000 years old or more recent. The activities of our time create the future’s cultur...
Welcome to the Old Town in Hallingdal. Gamle Nes (Old Nes) is the oldest part of Nesbyen. Nesbyen was the administration centre and the residence for o...