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Åseral

Åseral church

This is a cruciform church built in 1822....

Åseral

Ljosland chapel

The chapel dates from 1959. In the choir there is a stained glass painting by the artist Ottar Helge Johannessen from Mandal. He has also produced the...

Stavanger

Breidablikk

The best-preserved mansion house in the country, dating from the 1880s and with authentic interior. Collection of paintings including works by Kitty...

Stavanger

Stavanger Cathedral

According to tradition the cathedral was built in the year 1125, after Sigurd Jorsalfarer named Stavanger as a cathedral city. Bishop Reinald of Winche...

Larvik

Colin Archers house at Tollerodden

Colin Archer (1832-1921) was a boat builder and a boat designer from Larvik. He grew up in Kirkestredet 9, in a house that today is beutifully restore...

Stavern

Fredriksvern church

Fredriksvern church from 1756 is the first garrison church in Norway. It is a worthy representative for all rococo churches in our country.  Fredr...

Ottestad

Atlungstad Brenneri (distillery)

Atlungstad Brenneri is one of four remaining distilleries in Norway, and the only historical distillery still in operation. At this beautiful location...

Valevåg

The home of Fartein Valen

The home of the composer Fartein Valen (1887-1952) is located in Valevåg, and has been preserved as a museum. Here the famous composer lived much of...

Slidre

Mo Church Ruin

Mo church ruin probably date back to around 1215, and this may well be Norway`s smallest free-standing stone church from medieval times. It is believe...

Ulnes

Ulnes Church

Guiding available on prebooking with Cecilie Solar, tel. (+47) 450 34 033 during the summer season 20. June till 20. August 2015. Ulnes Church is a st...
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