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The Ryvarden Lighthouse on Ryvardsneset is a famous landmark on the coast.
At Ryvarden you will find, among other things, Gallery Ryvarden art atelie...
WINTER FJORDSAFARI Experience the Aurlandsfjord, the UNESCO world heritage Nærøyfjord and the charming little village of Undredal during wintertime....
The beautiful villa on Lysøen (the Island of Light) was built as a summer residence for the Norwegian violin virtuoso Ole Bull in 1873. Ole Bull's musical excellence influenced contemporary artists. The villa is open to the public in the summer. Guided tours.
An 11 meter tall memorial stone flanked by cannons and flagpoles. On festive occasiones they fire a salute from here. The memorial stone was set up in...
An art nouveau church built in 1914, the stone was quarried locally. The glass paintings are by Emanuel Vigeland. The church has an altar bible dating...
This open-air stage is set in the centre of the municipality of Sandnes outside Stavanger, bringing focus back to the local centre in the face of compe...
Vik i Sogn
Haldorslifossen is an impressing waterfall situated in Tenne in Arnafjord. The waterfall is visible from the road driving from Indrefjord to Nese. From the parking place in the little gravel pit, the way leads first up to the shooting stand. From there, a relativly steep track leads up to the waterfall. The hike takes approximatley 1/2 hour.
Vik i Sogn
Fresvikbreen is a glacier on the south side of Sognefjorden in Vik, Sogn og Fjordane. It lies between Setjedalen in the west, and Storedalen in the east, and is close to the village of Fresvik.
The glacier has an area of 15 km² and its highest point is 1648 metres above sea level. Fresvikbreen is the 23rd largest glacier on the Norwegian mainland.
A scenic mountain area 1,250m above sea level. Osafjellet is located between Bergensbana/Rallarvegen and Osa.The Hardangerjøkulen glacier is one of the...
Håkon’s Hall was built between 1247 and 1261 by Håkon Håkonsson. It was the largest and most imposing building of the royal residency in the 13th-century when Bergen was the political centre of Norway.