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Attractions & Culture in Geirangerfjord
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Geiranger Church is an octagonal church built in 1842 in timber, seating 120. The architect was Hans Klipe.
It’s thought that there has been a church...
Stranda Church was constructed in wood in 1838, and seats approximately 260. The architect was Rolfsen, and the church was built by Gert Gjert from Nor...
Liabygda Church is a wooden, single-nave church, constructed in 1917, seating 150. The architect was Henry Bucher, Oslo, and the builder was Tore Over...
Hellesylt Bygdetun (smallholding) encompasses the small farm, Holen with its buildings, tools and equipment, which was a gift from three elderly sib...
Sunnylven is a tall, airy and roomy church seating up to 270. Built in 1858 and consecrated by Bishop Kaurin on 7th August 1859.
Sunnylven is one of...
«Quite possibly the world’s finest view – 1500 m above sea level.»
Nibbevegen takes you from Djupvasshytta at 1039 m above sea level, to the viewpoint...
Unique collection of veteran cars
Many of the beautiful cars used to show tourists around the Geiranger area in the 1920s and 1930s are still roadwort...
Norwegian Fjordcenter - an experience for all ages
We are working in conjunction with UNESCO, we dedicate ourselves to developing expertise in protec...
Muldalsfossen – The Muldal Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in the Kingdom, with its free fall of almost 200 metres. However, since the hydro-ele...