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Radiohòla (literal: the radio cave) is a natural shelter used by the Norwegian resistance during the second world war. It served as a hiding place for...
The cholera churchyard is best known as “The churchyard by the sea,” a composition by Fartein Valein. The churchyard is about a 20-minute walk along a...
The town museum gives exciting insight into Ålesund's history through pictures and artefacts. Explore the exhibitions of the great town fire of 1904,...
Listed hamlet with 30 buildings ranging from the Middle Ages to present-day. The unique court of appeals lodge was built by the knight Sigurd Brynju...
The chapel dates from 1873, and is set in beautiful surroundings by Lake Lognavatn. This chapel is famous for the unusual colours of its furnishings a...
Ålesund Spellemannslag is an active team of folklore dancers with great variance in age and activity. The team is one of the most active in Norway, and has travelled around the world with its performances.
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...
Exciting copper mine in a small community built upp due to mining.
Restored buriel ground (1991) with over 20 registered graves from the early Iron-Age, ca. 500-1000 AD....
The Årbakkavollen rampart is situated directly above the old trading post. The rampart dates from the early Iron Age (0-550 A.D.), with the remains of...