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Find providers and contact information Attractions & Culture in Coast of Trøndelag

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Åfjord

Støvelfossen

See salmon jumping into the waterfall, or watch the salmon fishermen at the waterfall. The waterfall is located in Stordalselva, 1 km from Årnes. The...

Brekstad

Galleri Molo

Gallery Molo is a project for local development of Fosen and coastal town Brekstad. The project will provide international quality art to Fosen and pla...

Linesøya

Museum barn at Rekstern

On the farm Rekstern on Linesøya you find a local historical exhibition with tools that were used in the past. It is the association "Kjerringrokken"...

Åfjord

Ski barn in Åfjord

Ski barn at By in Stordalen was once a pig barn which has now become a great museum with a unique collection of treasures from Norwegian skiing history...

Stadsbygd

Heggli Urtehage

Hegglian is situated a few kilometers away from Stadsbygd on a plateau, surrounded by forests and the nice few over Trondheimsfjorden. Guests with a...

Mausund

Måøy Chapel

Måøy Chapel was originally constructed in 1939. The building was developed and dedicated to the chapel in 1975. The structure is wood and has 250 seat...

Sula

Sula Chapel

Sula chapel is built in wood and became listed in 1925. The church has long plan and 200 seats. Architect: Martin Petterse...

Dyrvik

Sletta Church

Sletta church is built of brick and was erected in 1990. The church has circular plan and 430 seats. Architect: Odd Østbye...

Tarva

Tarva lighthouse

Tarva lighthouse was established in 1894 and closed down and replaced by a smaller lighthouse in 1956. The lamp house stood on the west side of the kee...

Hamarvik

Hallaren Church

Hallaren church is built of wood and was erected in 1881. The church has long plan and 400 seats. Architect: J.H.Nissen / Kristian Hovde...
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