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Drøbak is also called the Christmas town, the garrison town, the arts town, the restaurant town and the golf, tennis and riding town.
Haug kirke has been the main church in Eiker since the Norwegian Church was organized in 1153. Archaeological excavations were undertaken in the 1960s...
Stavanger has a special sculpture project, Antony Gormley's "Broken Column". It consists of 23 cast iron figures placed to give the appearance of an...
Originally built by the german troops during world war two, and used as a concert-hall.
It is now rebuilt as a cinema and concert-hall....
Where the first german paratroopers surrendered the 19th of April 1940....
Built in 1929 as a technical school in Dovre by Halldor and Randine Hjerleid.
It was runned as a school from 1930 to 1970, when everything was moved to...
The Citadel, situated at the Stavern Island, signified the first part of Stavern Fort built by Count Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve in the 1670s.
The Konventionsgaarden (the Conventions House) was build in 1778 and owned by the Anker family.
It is not open daily for viewing, but during the summer guidet tours are scheduled and groups can also book a guidet tour through Visit Moss. Contact us by phone +47 69 24 15 20 or by e-mail email@example.com.
The only remaining intact Quaker House in Scandinavia with its own cemetery. Open by arrangement....
The Industrial Workers Museum at Sauda in Ryfylke shows what it was like to live in a worker`s apartment anno 1920 and 1960. A photographic exhibition...