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Høyland Church

This wooden renaissance style church built in 1842 is a fine example of the Linstow style. It has a 13th century baptismal font carved of soapstone, a...


Gand Church

Gand Church is a large church that for many people looks like a ski jump, situated at the top of Sandved in Sandnes. When the church was completed just...


The Brekke park - SKIEN

Brekkeparken is one lovely place to visit, beautiful garden and great views of the town of Skien.


The mill in Heggdalsvika

Restored watermill dating from the 1880s. Well signposted beside the road in Sør-Heggdal on the island of Otrøya....


The Royal Birch and the Peace Grove

The place where King Haakon and Crown Prince Olav sought shelter from German bombers in April 1940 when they were being hunted by the German occupying...


The green corridor

The green corridor runs from the seafront at Reknes to the baroque Chateau villa, continuing through the Reknes Park up to the ”Pavillion” at the Rekne...


Eikesdal valley

The road leading to the village of Eikesdal was opened in 1991. The road starts at Øverås in Eresfjord, along a lake (Eikesdalsvatnet), throgh the cou...


Iveland Church

Cruciform church built in 1836. The older of the church's two bells was cast in Helsingør in Denmark in 1656.


Vegusdal Church

Wooden basilika, completed in 1867. Seating capacity approx. 300. The roof of nave has been built in an open trussed-beam style, but in recent years the chancel has been given an arched roof. The altarpiece by Lars Osa, 1920. Romanesque font. Open by appointment.
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