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Read more: Frogner Church Photo: Jardar Seim

Oslo

Frogner Church

One of the most beautiful churches in Oslo, inaugurated in 1907. It was built 1905-1907 in late normannic style. The architect was Ivar Næss. It is...
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Halsnøy Kloster

Halsnøy Monastery

Halsnøy monastery is on the island Halsnøy in the southern part of Kvinnherad. The monastery was finished in 1164 - built by the viking chief Erling...
Read more: Borgarsyssel Museum Photo: Helga Bu

Sarpsborg

Borgarsyssel Museum

Opens June 1. and closes August 31, daily except Mondays.Throughout September open on Sundays 12.00-5.00 pm Free admission. Borgarsyssel Museum holds...
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Ølen

Ølen Church

The present church in Ølen was built in 1874. It was built by the sea to save worshippers who had rowed to church from having to climb the steep hill,...
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Aurland

Lærdalstunnelen

LÆRDALSTUNNELEN - The world's longest road tunnel is 24,5 km long and situated between Aurland and Lærdal. The tunnel opened November 2000. Lighting...
Read more: Stegastein- viewpoint Photo: Bjørn Andresen

Aurland

Stegastein- viewpoint

Aurlandsvegen - the mountainroad between Aurland and Lærdal you'll find a unique new breathtaking viewpoint Plattform (lookout) - Stegastein....
Read more: Kistefos-Museet - Pulp Mill at Kistefoss

Jevnaker

Kistefos-Museet - Pulp Mill at Kistefoss

The Kistefos Museum is situated in beautiful surrondings by the river "Randselva". The former Wood Pulp Mill is today an industrial museum anf the...
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Veierland

Veierland Church

Veierland Church is a beautiful wooden church built in 1905. The altar piece is made by Maria Vigeland....
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Nøtterøy

Vardås fortress

German coastal defence planned in 1944 and constructed between April 1944 and May 1945. The cannons at Vardås had calibre 38 cm and could, therefore,...
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