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Buildings & Monuments in Moss
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Experience a time travel form Moss ironworks to Peterson Moss – an exhibition about the people of the town, workers and the industry.
The Konventionsgaarden (the Conventions House) was build in 1778 and owned by the Anker family.
It is not open daily for viewing, but during the summer guidet tours are scheduled and groups can also book a guidet tour through Visit Moss. Contact us by phone +47 69 24 15 20 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bytårnet was built as a gift to the city of Moss in 1920....
Galleri F15 is one of the oldest, most traditional institutions for contemporary art in Norway. The lush landscape around the gallery is excellent for walks.
Møllebyen (the Mill Town) is the former city center in Moss.
Larkollen church is about 100 years old. It was originally a village hall, and was eventually consecrated for religious use, had a clock tower added on, and upgraded to a chapel.
"The working church". The church was consecrated in December 1980. The church organ was in place exactly ten years later. The church has good disabled access.
A beautiful 13th century Medieval church, dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The church's Samuelsen organ is unique and extremely rare.
A lovely Medieval church that was built in 1185. It was built in the Romanesque style, and has a scenic location at the top of the moraine, with views of the town.
Svinndal church was finished in 1856. The old church had burnt down 2 years earlier. The church is designed by the reknown architect Chr. H. Grosch. The nave and choir is built in solid wood. The altarpiece from 1891 pictures the baptism of Jesus. The church is surrounded by a park with beautiful trees. Visits can be organized by calling the parish office, tel. 69 28 88 30.