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Rauland

Rauland Art Museum

The museum shows sculptures, paintings, graphic art and drawings by the famous artist Dyre Vaa (1903-1980). The sculptor Tor Vaa, son of Dyre Vaa, is also represented by a special exhibition. The Skinnarland Collection houses more than 100 works of art by sculptor Knut Skinnarland and a replica of his studio in Rauland. Also represented with several works is the sculptor Aslak Svalastoga.  There are new sales- and special exhibitions every year.

Rjukan

Galleri Taide

Galleri Taide is an Art Gallery located in Rjukan, owned by Kristina Stavrum.

Vinjesvingen

Home of A. O. Vinje - Vinjestoga

Vinjestoga is the childhood home of the poet, journalist and linguist Aasmund Olavsson Vinje (1818-1870).

Rauland

Home of Myllarguten - Myllarheimen

Myllarheimen in Arabygdi, Vinje, is the home of the artist and fiddler Torgeir Augundson (1801-1872), better known as the "Millerboy".

Vinje

Øyfjell Local History Museum

Øyfjell museum of local history has a rich collection of tools, traditional costumes, fine examples of rose painting and various curiosities.

Rødberg

Hardangervidda national park

Uvdal is a wonderful destination for anyone who loves the outdoors, and is a great starting point for excursions. Whether you are going for an hour or...

Rødberg

Trillemarka Nature Reserve

In central part of eastern Norway, on the border between Sigdal and Numedal valleys, you can find the last of the last big wilderness forest areas of...

Hol

Hol Church

The church with the beautiful stone-glass windows was built in 1924. Hol Church is the biggest church in the municipality with seats for 500 people....

Hol

Hol Old Church

The old church is beautifully situated by Holsfjord 15 minutes from Geilo. The church was originally a small stave church built in the 13th century but...
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