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The Løvøy Chapel on the Løvøya island is the smallest of Horten's three medieval churches and supposed to date back to the 1200's. The location of the church is connected to the St. Olav's well, and it is believed that the water had healing power.
The factory was built in 1894, and has been designated a national monument to the textile industry in Norway.
Oslo Cathedral (previously Our Saviour's Church) was first consecrated in 1697. In 1950 it was restored back to its original baroque interior.
The Botanical Garden is a green oasis in the city - a place to relax and to enjoy the botanical variety and diversity. Most of the area is designed as...
Replaced Oslo Cathedral's cemetery in 1808. Æreslunden (The honorary cemetery) was established in 1904.
Famous Norwegians such as Edvard Munch, Henr...
"A song about life". Sculptor Fritz Røed (1928-2002) planned the sculpture park as a song where one verse takes the next by the hand and leads you thro...
The area has been settled from the early Iron Age. In 1854 consul Wild bought the place and built the houses in the best Swiss style, as a summer house for his ailing wife Mathilde.
Chr. Skredsvigs hjem Hagan
Hagan was the home of the painter and author Christian Skredsvig (1854-1924) and is the best kept Norwegian artist home of t...
The Olav church ruin (Skeidi church) are the ruins of a stone church built before 1150 in Bamble.
The church was probably about four feet longer tha...
The church was built at the end of the 13 th century and is famous for its crucifix. According to legend it sweats once a year (July 6 th), and the swe...