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Balestrand

The Golden House - Gallery

Art gallery, gift shop and exhibition of antiques/old items from Balestrand. Centre of Balestrand. Balestrand artist duo welcomes you to a unique expe...

Gaupne

Gaupne Old Church

The old church of Gaupne is a beautiful example of old Lutheran style with its ornamented bench sides, tendril paintings on the walls, catechism tablet from 1589 and pulpit.

Balestrand

St. Olaf's Church - The English Church

This church built in a stave church style was completed in 1897. It belongs to the Church of England and is under the spiritual administration of the...

Lærdal

Gamle Lærdalsøyri

The old village centre with well preserved wooden houses from 1700 - 1800. A unique attraction in Western Norway. Sale of crafts, antiques and souve...

Vangsnes

Fridtjov Park

Little park with a fantastic view over the Sognefjord and statue of viking Fridtjov the Bold!

Lærdal

Historic Route

"..the most dangerous road to be found in any country" /Bishop Pontopidan in 1749). The many hisotric trails in Lærdal are spendid hiking trails and na...

Aurland

Lærdalstunnelen

LÆRDALSTUNNELEN - The world's longest road tunnel is 24,5 km long and situated between Aurland and Lærdal. The tunnel opened November 2000. Lighting...

Borgund

Borgund Stave church

Built around 1180 and is dedicated to the Apostle Andrew. The church is exceptionally well preserved and is one of the most distinctive stave churche...

Fjærland

Norwegian Glacier Museum

The Norwegian Glacier Museum opened in 1991, and is an award-winning hands-on museum, situated in Fjærland at the head of the Fjærlandsfjord. The museu...

Luster

Dale Stone Church

In the village of Luster there is a distinctive stone church built around 1200. The architecture is Gothic and the church contains frescoes dating from the 15th century. Open to visitors.
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