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Steinkjer

Egge museum

The area of Egge is a large and unique area, rich in history and other cultural relics. The area of Egge is today administered by Egge museum, which has an open-air museum on the site, consisting of a complete 1800s decorated farm complex.

Verdal

Stiklestad National Culture Centre

Stiklestad is the battlefield where King Olav Haraldsson fell 29. July 1030, and he became known as St. Olav. The battle of Stiklestad represents the...

Levanger

Alstadhaug church

Alstadhaug church in Skogn is the main church in Skogn Parish in Levanger municipality. The church is built in stone in the late 1100s, during the tra...

Beitstad

Fargetuva, Accommodation

Nature Therpay - Activity Park Fargetuva have seven beds divided between three colourful rooms on the 1st floor, with access to shared kitchen and bat...

Inderøy

Hustad church

Hustad Church is a long church in Inderøy Municipality in Nord-Trøndelag dating from 1150. The church, which is built of stone and seats 150, was built...

Steinkjer

Sakshaug old church

Sakshaug Old Church is a large church in relation to the other medieval churches in the county. The ship is 21 m long and 12.5 m wide. The choir is 8...

Sparbu

Mære church

Mære Church is a granite church in Romanesque-Norman style from the early Middle Ages (1100) seating 250, and is located on a pre-Christian cult place...

Beitstad

Fargetuva, Activities

Nature Therapy - Activity Park FARGETUVA a place for "peace of mind". In the 10-acre garden, with gradual transition to the outlying areas, you...

Verdal

Hallemsmarka

In Hallemsmarka you can find a unique collection of relics from the Early and Late Iron Age, 500 BC – 1030 AD. The burial ground is the  the largest...

Steinkjer

Toldnes

In Toldnes, you can find one of the largest collections of burial mounds from the Bronze Age, about 40 in number. Many of these have a considerable...
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