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In the late 13th century, the first water powered mills were introduced in Norway. At Sevheim, Finnøy, an old mill has been restored and is a good...
German fortress, Søre Vignes, Finnøy. During World War II, Germans built a fortress at Søre Vignes. They requisitioned the farm, and built the...
Alfred Hauge Memorial is located just by Sjernarøy church. Alfred Hauge was a recognised author, born at Sjernarøy 17 October 1915. Hauge has written...
Cultural and recreational area for the public. The area is now facilitated with
a universally designed path. You can discover interesting Norwegian...
The Preikestolen Mountain Lodge is situated at the starting point of the hike to the Pulpit Rock. The building is famous for its special architectural features.
Landasteinen is a well known landmark on Finnøy. It is a large rock around four metres tall, and was placed on the edge of a hill during the ice age....
Utstein Monastery is Norway's only well-preserved medieval monastery. The buildings were originally intended as a royal residence, but an Augustinian...
Ryfylke`s regional Cultural Centre at Sand in Ryfylke. It comprises a library, a bowling hall, and a 300-seat auditorium that is used for concerts,...
Boats are the most central and most common motif in Norway's Bronze Age petroglyphs. At Løland in Ryfylke there is a depiction of a special boat type....
A copy of the Kjølevik stone was made by Kåre Tveit and unveiled
in 1982 at Kjølevik, Strand in Ryfylke. The original was found 100 years earlier in...
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