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Levanger

Alstadhaug church

Alstadhaug church in Skogn is the main church in Skogn Parish in Levanger municipality. The church is built in stone in the late 1100s, during the tra...

Sparbu

Mære church

Mære Church is a granite church in Romanesque-Norman style from the early Middle Ages (1100) seating 250, and is located on a pre-Christian cult place...

Steinkjer

Sakshaug old church

Sakshaug Old Church is a large church in relation to the other medieval churches in the county. The ship is 21 m long and 12.5 m wide. The choir is 8...

Inderøy

Hustad church

Hustad Church is a long church in Inderøy Municipality in Nord-Trøndelag dating from 1150. The church, which is built of stone and seats 150, was built...

Hjelledalen

Øvstefoss waterfall

Øvstefoss waterfall is situated along the National Tourist Road RV 15 in the end of Hjelledalen Valley. The waterfall is an impressive sight which ha...

Gol

Cultural memories - Gol town centre

GOLREPPEN A beautiful and protected cultural landscape with Gol church as its focal point. The Stave Church grounds, where Gol Stave Church once lay...

Sandefjord

The Yxney and coastal path at Østerøya

The coastal path at Østerøya offers 20 km marked trails for walkers. The trail is marked from the throw at the head of Mefjorden and from Røyseløkka.

Jessheim

Rakni`s mound

Rakni's mound - a symbol of power and dominion. This monumental barrow is located close to center of Jesshein and Gardermoen airport, only 6 kilometer...

Marnardal

Laudal Museum

The museum is located by school at Laudal (Riksvei 461). It houses a collection of exhibits from local houses, schools and working life....

Tjodalyng

Galleri Engler - Gallery Angels

The Angel Gallery presents angels with simple lines. Standing, hanging, singing and floating.The technique is developed by Loius C. Tiffany, who used this method for making his famous mosaic lamps in the early 1900.
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