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In 1909, Kari and Nils H. Lerum started juice-production at Sørheim, between Skjolden and Urnes. They built a small factory, the so called «Safthuset» (the juice house), and started production on an industrial scale. Lerum is today Norway's leading jam and juice producing company.
Through exhibits, an open-air museum and a traditional farm with live animals, Sogn Folkemuseum shows us how life has been lived along the Sognefjord.
4 kilometres of second-hand books for sale!
The Norwegian Booktown is situated in Mundal, the centre of Fjærland. It consists of various second-hand...
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.
'Det gylne hus' (The Golden House):
Bjørg Bjøberg and Arthur Adamson - paintings, gallery, showing of films, collection of local artefacts, guided...
The Cooper House:
Former residence of the British artist Alfred Heaton Cooper. The house now belongs to "Norsk Reiselivsmuseum". Various exhibitions...
On the farm there is both an artists studio and an art gallery which is open in July and August, featuring norwegian and international artists.
On the occasion of the hotel"s 300-year anniversary in 1990, Galleri Walaker 300 was opened in the old outhouse at the rear of the hotel. The building...
Urnes Stave Church , the oldest of Norway's stave churches, is included on UNESCO's World Heritage List. It was built around 1130 AD, but the...
Stretching 204 km (120 miles) from Solund at the coast to the mighty Jotunheimen massif and Jostedalsbreen glacier, Sognefjorden is the longest fjord...
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