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Bøkeskogen - The Beech Tree Forest - is Norway’s largest and the world’s most northerly beech tree forest. As comfortable walking trails invite you to...
The best preserved fortress town in the Nordic countries consists of buildings from the 18th century and and a fortification with walls and moats from the 17th century.
In Torpo you find the ruins of the Lya-bridge. It was constructed in the 1820s and bound together the first carriage road in Hallingdal. The road was...
Stampehølen has its name from the frieze pestle in Votndalen. The pestle was built between 1860 - 1880 by Ole Larsson Holestøl. The village people had...
Ål Stave church was erected around 1170 and torn down in 1880. The stave churches are a wooden building with a carrying construction of poles. The...
Erling Storedal inherited Storedal farm from his father in 1957. Erling was blind and wanted to do something else than farming. 800 years earlier King...
Small wooden 1784 church in Torsken, outer coast of the Island of Senja
Vigra Kringkastar (Broadcaster) contains an exhiting exhibition of photos and a collection of objects from the establishment of the Vigra broadcasting...
Ruins of the medieval church of St. Clemens, which was built in the 12th century. It had two naves and was east-west oriented.
The church was torn...
Ruins of the medieval church Mariakirken (St. Mary's church), originally built in the year 1050 AD, but rebuilt and expanded several times.
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