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Sander

The Traut Mine

The Traut Mine is the largest of its kind in Nord-Odal. During the period 1770 to 1830, it was used to mine ore which was then transported to Odals Vær...

Åseral

Sosteli

Settlement from the Age of Migration (approx. 350-550 AD). Here there are traces of houses, burial mounds, charcoal pits and piles of stones cleared fr...

Oslo

Leikarringen i BUL - folk dance group

Organisation that works with folk dance, folk music and Norwegian national costumes to preserve a part of the Norwegian heritage. Leikarringen i BUL c...

Oslo

Oslo ladegård

Baroque manor house from the 1720s, when it was built over the arched cellar of 'Bispeborgen' (The Bishop's Castle). Oslo ladegård is located in the...

Vormsund

Nes Church ruins

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...

Tønsberg

The Music Pavillion in Stenmalen

The Music Pavilion in Stenmalen was built at the initiative of Rojahn Ferdinand in 1898. Since 1989 the restored pavilion has been the center of the a...

Ål

Hunting installation and pitfall Ål in Hallingdal

The hunting installation is a brick-built shooting position which was used as a hiding place for hunters with arrow and bow, hunting for the big game....

Ål

Trettestølane and Nystølane Ål in Hallingdal

Trettestølane and Nystølane belongs together as one mountain farm, and has done so as long as people can remember. The first summer farm was probably b...

Jondal

Viketunet

Beautiful farm dating back to the 17th - 18th century, 2 min. walk from the ferry quay. The courtyard, where the country policemen lived, comprises 7...

Røros

Rørosmuseet - Sleggveien

Sleggveien street recounts an important part of Røros’ history. Travellers, craftsmen and casual labourers who had no homestead lived here and the houses have been restored in their traditional style by Røros museum’s craftsmen.
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