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Attractions & Culture in Bærum, Kristiansand
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Sandvika Church is a neo-Gothic wooden church. The church was completed in 1890 - the architect is Olaf Boye. The altarpiece from 1941 was painted by...
Polhøgda at Lagåsen was the home of the infamous polar explorer, scientist, diplomat, humanist and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Fridtjof Nansen...
D/S Hestmanden sailed during both World Wars and is the last remaining ship in the Nortraship fleet.
The oven museum houses an unique collection of antique cast - iron ovens produced at the Ironworks. The styles and designs shown strech from the baroqu...
In the gallery you will find unique art glass blown in the workshop by Camilla and Jarle Knapstad and jewellery made by goldsmiths Randi and Bjørnar Knapstad.
In the Chapel on the Wharf all visitors are welcome, whether it’s to meet people who have time for a chat and a cup of coffee, or to find a quiet place for peace and contemplation in the chapel. Roadside church.
Søm Church was consecrated in November 2004. The church has a distinctive style with its red-brick construction and a long glass painting stretching from the altar over the roof to the main door, with the motto "from darkness to light".
In our magnificent, spacious premises we continually have new, fascinating exhibitions of contemporary art by both national and international artists.
Stone church with origins back to the year 1190.
Haslum is located in Bærum west of Oslo, and the church is a popular venue for weddings and christe...
Go for a walk (approx. 3 km) on the former island naval base of Odderøya, now a recreation area, in Kristiansand. Walk on idyllic sign-posted paths with excellent views of the eastern harbour, Cristiansholm Fortress (1672) and the leisure boat marinas. The island has a very interesting military history with remnants of old ramparts, thegunpowder store, an old isolation hospital and other buildings from the 18th century onwards. Odderøya was also used as a quarantineharbour in the 1830s and was the largest quarantine station in Northern Europe.