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Tau

Glasskjellaren

Glasskjellaren is a combined workshop, showroom and shop located on a beautiful farm in the small village of Bjørheimsbygd near Tau and The National To...

Sand

Røynevarden croft (Ryfylkemuseet)

The Røynevarden Husmannsplassen is owned by Ryfylke Museum and is situated high on the moors with a fine view of Suldalsvatnet in Ryfylke. Excellent...

Suldalsosen

Kolbeinstveit old farmstead (Ryfylkemuseet)

Kolbeinstveit is an old farm just as it was in Suldal in Ryfylke in the 1850s. The main residential house is typical of Ryfylke, while the barn must ha...

Sauda

Fagerheim Collection, Sauda

The collection of wood carvings are located in Sauda Hall, Sauda in Ryfylke. More than 100 small wood carvings by Ola Fagerheim showing a small West Co...

Sauda

Jonegarden farm at Hustveit (Ryfylke Museum)

Jonegarden, Sauda in Ryfylke was owned by the same family from the 17th century until 1987. The farm extended from the fjord up to an altitude of roug...

Sand

Litunet (Ryfylke Museum)

Farmstead with hosts in the summer - guiding, coffee and waffles. High up on the south side of Hylsfjorden in Ryfylke you will find the old farm Litu...

Jelsa

Jelsa, fjordside village. Jelsa Church and the School museum (Ryfylke Museum)

Jelsa in Suldal is the best-preserved fjordside village in Ryfylke. There has been a church here since the 13th century and commercial activity since t...

Hjelmeland

Vigatunet (Ryfylkemuseum)

Viga is a farm situated by a bay. Vigatunet at Hjelmeland is part of the Ryfylke museum, According to written sources, the farm can be traced back to t...

Sand

Nesa Wharfhouse (Ryfylkemuseum)

Since 1991 has Nesa Wharfhouse, Sand in Ryfylke been the main office of the Ryfylke Museum and an exhibit which yields insight into the culture and...

Mosterøy

The Utstein Monastery

Utstein Monastery is Norway's only well-preserved medieval monastery. The buildings were originally intended as a royal residence, but an Augustinian...
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