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Moelv

Mjøskastellet

The ruins of Mjøskastellet are situated on the island Steinsholmen in Lake Mjøsa. It was build around year 1230 and at that time it was one of the...
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Kongsvinger

Kongsvinger Fortress

Kongsvinger Fortress is one of the most important sites of cultural heritage in Norway and Hedmark Fylke and it is regarded as on the region’s main...
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Åsnes Finnskog

Strandsjø Bird Reserve

Strandsjø Bird Reserve is situated by Strandsjøen, and forms part of Glomma’s old riverbed. With its teeming birdlife, this wetland is a birdwatcher’s...
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Rudshøgda

The Prøysen Cottage

The Prøysen Cottage and Cotter's Farm was Prøysen's childhood home. The Prøysen Cottage dates back to the 1860s, and has been restored in recent years....
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Alvdal

Alvdal Museum Husatunet

The Husatun in Alvdal is one of the best preserved farms in Norway. The 17 buildings originating from ca. 1700 all have their own particular purpose....
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Løten

Løiten lys

Løiten Lys (candles) dispose of exhibition rooms of approx. 3,000 m². As a result of the variation of the candles and the rooms themselves, Løiten Lys...
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Kongsvinger

The Woman’s Museum

The National Women's Museum was officially opened in 1995. The raison d'être of Kvinnemuseet is to collect documentation of the life and work of...
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Skarnes

Galleri Lyshuset

In “Kåre Tveter – Galleri Lyshuet” you find the largest collection from the renowned Norwegian painter Kåre Tveter. The collection was donated by Kåre...
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Alvdal

Aukrustsenteret

The Aukrust Center lies in the little town of Alvdal in one of Norway's many beautiful valleys. Its a museum built to house the life work of multi-...
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Trysil

Støa Channel

In the early 1850’s the building of the Støa-Channel began. A channel to bring the lumber to the Kläralven was needed since all the saw mills were...
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