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Jettegryter - Stone pots

Along the whole Brunlanes coast and the Tjølling coast, melting water from ice formations have made potholes. These are cavities, which appear to have...


Borgund Stave church

Built around 1180 and is dedicated to the Apostle Andrew. The church is exceptionally well preserved and is one of the most distinctive stave churche...


The burial mounds at Huseby

The two burial mounds at Huseby is from the late Iron Age and is Norway's largest burial mounds. They are about 5 feet high and measuring between...


Nøkkelhaugen, Uthaug

Large burial mounds from prehistoric times. Probably South Trøndelag's largest burial mound from the prehistoric era - with a diameter of 40 meters a...


Bryggen in Bergen

Bryggen is one of Bergen's and Norway's main attractions. Bryggen was built after the great fire in 1702 and is included on UNESCO's World Heritage List.


Gunnarsholmen Fortress

Gunnarsholmen was originally an old coastal fortress built for the protection Kragerø, and is today an open area with excellent swimming opportuneties including a beach and a salt water swimmingpool, kiosk, lawn area and service facilities.


Falstadsenteret, museum

The Falstad Centre in Levanger is the Norwegian Memorial and Human Rights Centre. There is a permanent museum exhibition, as well as temporary exhibit...


Battle at Rastarkalv

The battle of Rastarkalv, year 955, was a historic battle on the southern tip of the island Frei, Kristiansund. The battle stood between  the king Hako...


Tingvoll Church

One of the most significant churches from this era (appr 1180). Stone, marble and soapstone are the building materials. Inside the walls, internal corr...
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