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You will find Adamsfossen falls at the end of Adamsfjord on the innermost part of Laksefjord, approx. 10 km east and north of Kunes. This legendary...
Lebesby Church is a triangel shaped parish church with 150 seats. Consecrated in 1962. Open church during the summer....
Kjøllefjord Church is a stone church from 1951 with seating for 300 people. This was the first church in Finnmark to be reconstructed after the war,...
Oksevågen Landstation - Oksevågen has a recent history of whaling, including the legendary whale hunter, Svend Foyn. Whaling in Norwegian Lapland was...
Laksefjordvidda - On 20 July every year, the road is opened to the popular recreational area in Laksefjordvidda plain, where tourists and locals come...
Lebesbymannen exhibition - Local history exhibition featuring Anton Johansen, a local man who had visions of war and catastrophe, and did everything...
The Old Road in Øksfjordbotn.
Considered a very important cultural monument. Impressive road engineering skills where the landscape and road melt...
Kåfjord Kirke (1836) is a long church, built in an English-inspired neo-Gothic style. The history of the church is closely linked to the copper mines....
The municipality’s oldest building, constructed in 1885. After WWII it was home for the population while the remaining buildings were reconstructed....
Easily accessible area for walking, with remains of 16th century Russian cemetery, airship mast from the North Pole expeditions of Amundsen and...
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