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Stjørdal

Lokstallen

Lokstallen is right next to Stjørdal railway station. This building was originally used for repairs and maintenance of trains, but is now used for cult...

Stjørdal

Ole Vig Monument

Ole Vig was born on the tenant farm Vikmarka, of the farm Vikan, on February 6th 1824. He left his home at 17 and travelled to Klæbu Teacher´s College....

Stjørdal

Stjørdal museum Værnes

An Open Air Museum offering a variety of exhibits with the Old Værnes Vicarage as a focal point. This restored wooden building from 1820 provide an goo...

Stjørdal

Hegra

Hegra may look like any other small village along the highway where not a lot happens. But if you slow down on your way through Hegra, you will be sur...

Hegra

The Old Schoolhouse

The Old School House The Old School House in Hegra is situated close by road E14. The house has been converted to an exciting centre for local arts a...

Skatval

Steinvikholm Castle

On an islet outside Skatval, accessible on foot when the tide is low, lie the remains of a castle that once in Mediaeval Times brooded over Norway´s fa...

Hegra

Hegra Fortress

Hegra Fortress. This name has a special sound, not only in Stjørdal and Trøndelag, but even in Europe. A symbol of power of resistance and bravery....

Stjørdal

Sandskogan Forest

Sandskogan Forest in Stjørdal is a green lung with several thousand large pine trees. Situated between Stokkan High School, Halsen Primary School, Ole...

Stjørdal

Rock Carvings - Hell

At Steinmohaugen in Hell, there are rock carvings dating back to the Stone Age, approx. 5000 years old. Due to the carving technique the figures are a...

Hegra

Rock Carvings - Hegra

One of the largest collections of Rock carvings in Northern Europe, dating back to the Bronze Age (1500-500 BC) can be seen 2 km east of Hegra. More t...
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