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Find providers and contact information Cultural heritage in Finnmark

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Alta

The Copper Works in Kåfjord

Welcome to a walk in an area provoking memories from northern Scandinavia’s first major industry. The culture trail and information boards will show...

Øksfjord

The Old Road in Øksfjordbotn

The Old Road in Øksfjordbotn. Considered a very important cultural monument. Impressive road engineering skills where the landscape and road melt...

Berlevåg

Kongsfjord and Veines

Veines, just outside Kongsfjord, is a peninsula with challenging and beautiful coastal scenery. Easy hiking terrain with a breathtaking view of Heløy,...

Måsøy

Cultural trail in Havøysund

A cultural trail with 14 information posts on local history. Trail map available at hotels, tourist information and from the reception desk at the...
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Hammerfest

The Fountain in Hammerfest Town Square

The Fountain in Hammerfest Town Square was a gift from former U.S. Ambassador to Norway, Charles Ulrick Bay. Bay’s mother, Marie Hauan Bay, was...
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Kvalsund

Stallo

Stalloen was a sacrificial stone, on which to honour the Gods. In ancient times, Stalloen was used as a sacrificial site, and was in use up to the...
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Kvalsund

Rock carvings in Kvalsund

There are 3 stones featuring 2,500-year old rock carvings in Kvalsund town centre. Location: By the Information Board and the post office....

Sørvær

The battleship "Murmansk"

On Christmas Eve 1994, as the church bells rang in Christmas, the Russian cruiser “Murmansk” ran aground just off Sørvær. The 200-metre long...
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Gamvik

Slettnes Wildlife and Cultural Heritage Site

Slettnes Wildlife and Cultural Heritage Site - The road was built by emergency workers in the 1930s and winds its way along the top of a raised beach...
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Hammerfest

The Meridian

The Meridian Column was erected by King Oscar II in 1854 in memory of the first international measurement of the Earth’s shape and size. This...
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