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Landa Park - prehistoric village

Fossanmoen, Forsand in Ryfylke, is the site of extensive remains from the Landa village, a remarkable and unique chapter in Norwegian history. Our ance...



The boulder mound at Børaunen is considered one of the largest of its kind in northern Europe. The name of the area "Børaunen" comprises the mound of b...


Randaberg church

Beautiful, white, wooden church built in 1845 from architect Linstow's drawings. The altarpiece dates back to 1628....


Gloppedalsura scree

Gloppedalsura consists of avalanche boulders that are piled on top of an end moraine. 10,000 years ago the ice sheet that covered the area, melted a...


Tungenes lighthouse

The lighthouse was established in 1828 and closed in 1984. The lighouse master's house is from 1938, his assistant's house from 1957-58. There is an a...


Nesa Wharfhouse (Ryfylkemuseum)

Since 1991 has Nesa Wharfhouse, Sand in Ryfylke been the main office of the Ryfylke Museum and an exhibit which yields insight into the culture and...


Vigatunet (Ryfylkemuseum)

Viga is a farm situated by a bay. Vigatunet at Hjelmeland is part of the Ryfylke museum, According to written sources, the farm can be traced back to t...


Nedstrand Church

Nedstrand Church was built in 1868. In 1829 architect Linstow made a standard design for Norwegian churches. Nedstrand church is built mainly after...


Haugesund Town Hall

Haugesund Town Hall was a gift from shipowner Knut Knutsen OAS and his wife Elisabeth. The town hall was designed by architects Gudolf Blakstad and Her...
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