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Fjøløy fortress and Fjøløy lighthouse

Cultural and recreational area for the public. The area is now facilitated with a universally designed path. You can discover interesting Norwegian war...


Memorial of Gabriel and Gustava Kielland

Gabriel and Gustava Kielland have their own memorial at the vicarage on Finnøy. Gabriel was the minister of Hesby parish from 1824 to 1837. Gustava, a...


Waterside Warehouse, Bergevik (Ryfylke Museum)

The wharfside warehouse at Bergevik dates from the mid-19th century. It is located about 1 km from the quay at Forsand. Guided tours by appointment....


The prehistoric rock-carvings at Solbakk

Down by the shore at Solbakk, Strand in Ryfylke, just beside the National Tourist Route Ryfylke, is a prehistoric rock-carving site. The find, first...


A stone inscribed with runes, from Kjølevik

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 t...



The beautiful park by the Director`s residence, established in cooperation with the milling company at Tau, is now open to the public. Brugsløa is an o...


Culture centre in Suldal

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, c...



Flørli. During the last 100 years Flørli has been transformed from a combined rural and industrial area to a cultural area. You should disembark in t...


Spinneriet cultural centre

Spinneriet culture centre is situated by the Hjelmelandsåna river in Hjelmeland, Ryfylke. Old spinning mill with a varied history, now renovated for c...


Industrial Workers Museum (Ryfylkemuseum)

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...
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