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Øyfjell Church is a small, square church, seating only 60 people, on the site of an older stave church.
Nesland Church, beside the road from Åmot to Dalen, is a wooden church built in 1847.
Vinje Church is a cruciform church built in 1796.
Møsstrond Church, on the island of Hovden, was built in 1923 after the old church was destroyed by fire in a thunderstorm on Midsummer`s Day in 1919.
Rikulv lived in the Middle Ages and was outlawed after killing one of the wealthy farmers in a dispute over fishingrights in Lake Mårvatn.
Tinn Museum is a folklore museum with antiquarian buildings, which focuses on the old agrarian society in our region.
The power station has five generators in operation, and can also boast the longest wooden staircase in the world (almost 4000 steps).
The Rjukan Waterfall is unfortunately much less impressive than it used to be as most of the water has now been diverted into pipes running to the Vemork power station.
Famous twin-waterfall close to route 13. Låtefoss is the king among our waterfalls and an internationally famous attraction.
At the southern end of...
The composer Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) occasionally lived at Lofthus and composed many of his most renowned works here. His composer?s cabin is situate...