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Veblungsnes

Grytten Church

Situated 1,5 kilometres outside Åndalsnes. First built in Grytten in 1732, moved to, and rebuilt in Veblungsnes in 1829.Open in July, daily from 4pm -...

Tresfjord

Tresfjord Church

Octagonal wooden church from 1828, which is the oldest in Vestnes. The church is richly decorated, and much of the interior dates back to the 17th cent...

Molde

The Jazz Boy

On the market square in Molde, with the fjord and the mountains as a backdrop, is the bronze statue “Jazzgutten”, a young jazz player with his saxopho...

Åndalsnes

Sandgrovbotn - The waterfall Mardalsfossen

Mountain road from Brude (rv9) over the mountain to Mardalstjønna lake (945 m.a.s). The Mardalsfossen waterfall, the fourth highest waterfall in the wo...

Molde

Veøya island in the Romsdalsfjord

In the Middle Ages, Veøya had 400-500 inhabitants and was the biggest trading post between Trondheim and Bergen. A vicarage from 1752 and mediaeval chu...

Bud

The fishing village Bjørnsund

Bjørnsund is a deserted island with idyllic atmosphere. Around 1900 the population was 5-600. The houses, which "cling" to the islands and skerries ha...

Molde

The Rose Maiden

At the Town Hall Square in the “Town of Roses” stands the bronze statue “Rosepiken”, surrounded by a dancing fountain. The Rose Maiden is young and bea...

Bud

The fishing village of Bud

In the 16th and 17th century Bud was the biggest trading post between Bergen and Trondheim. The last meeting of the national council in Norway was he...

Molde

The Fisheries museum

In the summer season you can go by boat out to the idyllic island of Hjertøya, a great recreational area where you can hire rowing boats, fish, og on a...

Eidsvåg i Romsdal

The Vicarage at Nesset

Childhood home of the Norwegian writer Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson, who was awarded the Nobel Prize of Literature in 1903. Seven of the present buildings dat...
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