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Haug kirke has been the main church in Eiker since the Norwegian Church was organized in 1153. Archaeological excavations were undertaken in the 1960s...
Gunnarsholmen was originally an old coastal fortress built for the protection Kragerø, and is today an open area with excellent swimming opportuneties including a beach and a salt water swimmingpool, kiosk, lawn area and service facilities.
Vestfold´s only preserved stave church. The church´s oldest part, the chancel, is from the 12th century. The nave, however, is from the second half of...
Along road 303 between Melsomvik and Tønsberg, several ancient burial grounds are situated. The largest ancient burial ground is found at Skjærsnes....
This stave church at Kaupanger in Sogndal is the largest of the stave churches, and is still in use as the local parish church. The Kaupanger Stave Church was built in the so-called Borgund style on the remnants of two earlier churches, and dates back to about 1190.
The Lovise Hut was built in 1748 as a smelter hut for the Folldal Works. The foundations of the smelter hut, water chute, materials storehouse, cottage...
The trip follows the northern side of the fjord through the communities of Blakset, Fjelli, Randabygd/Hopland, Hennebygda and Lote (38 km). Start 6 km...
There are two stories associated with this ring-shaped stone. The first tells how bridal parties came to this stone and how the bride was made to cra...
Vik i Sogn
A small museum about the avalanche that came down at this place in 1811. 45 people died. This is one of Norways worst natural desasters, according to...
The Runde Environmental Centre exhibition is open daily throughout the summer season, and at announced arrangments. Groups (min. 20 people) can book...