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Trondheim

The Archbishop's Palace Museum

In 1983 a big fire burned down two of the large wooden buildings in the Archbishop’s Palace. The Museum was built on the same grounds where these orig...

Fitjar

Engesund

Engesund is a 350-year old inn and trading post in the Fitjar islands. The town-style main house was built in 1840 by the adventurous sailing ship...

Sveio

"The churchyard by the ocean"

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...

Trondheim

The Norwegian crown jewels

The King’s crown and the other items that make up the Regalia of Norway are exhibited in the west wing of the Archbishop’s Palace. This priceless histo...

Sveio

Einstadbøvoll farm building

An old estate consisting of seventeen houses, all with flagstone roofs, the buildings were listed in 1923. The estate is owned privately, guided tours...

Bø i Telemark

BØ OLD CHURCH

Bø's "Old Church" belongs to a series of stone churches built in round, Romantic style in Norway from the early middle ages. Several of such churches...

Bø i Telemark

Bø nye kyrkje

Bø’s “New Church” was built in the new gothic style. While it is unknown who drew the plans for the church, it is likely that it was the same person...

Giske

Giske Church

At the saga island Giske the remarkable Giske Church is situated. The 900 year old church is the only one in Norway built in marble, and belonged to the powerful noble family Giske. The beautiful interior is from the 18th century.

Sykkylven

Sykkylven Museum of Natural History

The museum is currently closed due to relocation!...
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