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The very first buildings in Bergen were alongside the harbour called Bryggen. The old Hanseatic wharf is architecturally unique and is included on UNESCO's list of world heritage of history and culture.
The Music Pavilion in Stenmalen was built at the initiative of Rojahn Ferdinand in 1898. Since 1989 the restored pavilion has been the center of the a...
Sea-mark, 37 m above sea level, on Østerøya at the approach to the Tønsberg Fjord....
The Prøysen Cottage and Cotter's Farm was Prøysen's childhood home. The Prøysen Cottage dates back to the 1860s, and has been restored in recent years....
The museum has a wonderful location at Høgtun Kultursenter in the village of Øyslebø.
Steinkjerringa (the Stone Wife) or Mother Norway as it was originally called, is a sculpture in a scenic conservation area 3 km southwest of Synesvarde...
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Hopperstad stave church from 1130 is one of the oldest and biggest stave churches in Norway.
Aas church is a cruciform church built in the Romanesque style. It was built in 1921 from stone and timber. It was designed by architect Henry Bucher....
Raufoss church is a long church from 1939, built from brick and timber. The church seats 280 people and was designed by the architect Henry Bucher....
Inside the forests in the border regions is the Halden Canal. This exciting waterway with the Northern Europes highest locks Brekke, stretches from Skulerud in the north to Tistedal in the south, almost 80 km.