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The beautiful former home of shipping magnate and philanthropist Anders Jahre is now owned by the municipality of Sandefjord. The house, which sits in 15 acres of grounds (Midtåsen), was built in the 1930s and designed by renowned Norwegian architect Arnstein Arneberg.
Eidsvollbygningen – the birthplace of the Norwegian Constitution
Eidsvollbygningen is a house full of exciting history. For Norwegians it is one of t...
Come and visit one of the few Coastal Forts built by the Germans in World War 2, that is preserved in its original form.
This is a great hike along the nature and heritage trail that runs from the village of Åkra to the village of Ferkingstad. Cultural and historical monu...
Hågåsen was built by the Germans in World War 2 to protect the coastline from enemy ships!
Alnes Lighthouse lies in the fishing community Alnes at the island Godøy. The lighthouse from 1876 is protected, and a relic of Norwegian coastal cultu...
The Telemark Canal is the only canal system in Norway connected to the sea.
18 lock levels divided over 8 lock systems lift boats 72 metres above sea...
A reminder of World War II along Rv44 at Brusand.
The cement blocks were cast to prevent allied forces from making landfall....
Uvdal Stave Church, as it stands today, does not have its original appearance but is a result of steady expansion and modifications until the 1800s. Ea...
Get a glimpse of Espevær at the time the village played an important role in herring fishery. The attic contains a large collection of maritime equipme...