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Tønsberg

Premonstratensian Monastery and St. Olav's church

The ruins of Scandinavias largest round stone church were found in Storgaten 17. Across the road, excavations in 1987-91 revealed Viking graves and par...

Fjelberg

Foundation Fjelberg Rectory

Fjelberg Rectory is known as one of the most splendid rectories in Norway. Here you will find 10 buildings, the oldest of which dates back to 1650....

Larvik

The Beechwood

Bøkeskogen - The Beech Tree Forest - is Norway’s largest and the world’s most northerly beech tree forest. As comfortable walking trails invite you to...

Bergen

Bryggen in Bergen

The very first buildings in Bergen were alongside the harbour called Bryggen. The old Hanseatic wharf is architecturally unique and is included on UNESCO's list of world heritage of history and culture.

Måløy

Kannesteinen Rock

The sea has been beating against this rock for thousands of years, shaping it into the "mushroom-like" appearance it has today. Kannesteinen rock is...

Måløy

Old meeting place at Moldøen

This most likely were Magnus the Good gathered the farmers in Nordfjord in 1035 A.D. Magnus wanted the farmers to swear allegiance to him as the King o...

Brekstad

Nøkkelhaugen, Uthaug

Large burial mounds from prehistoric times. Probably South Trøndelag's largest burial mound from the prehistoric era - with a diameter of 40 meters a...

Brandbu

Dåpstradisjon (Baptismal Tradition)

A charming museum with a dressmaker’s workroom and shop in the old culture landscape Tingelstad on the farm Aschim Nordre. 170 objects from the 18th a...

Mosterhamn

Moster Amfi

Moster Amfi is the most unusual open-air theatre in Northern Europe, and accommodates an audience of 1300. Moster Amfi comprises the exhibition "From...

Andebu

Høyjord Church

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...
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