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Sandefjord's most famous sculpture is a memorial to whaling, created by Knut Steen at the end of the 1950s. The whaling monument shows whalers with oars in an open boat, with harpoons ready and water spraying.
The Olavs Chapell is located in Bjerggata and is open on regular days in the winter.
With its white wooden houses from the early 1800s, Bjerggata is an idyllic street and one of Sandefjord's oldest and best preserved residential areas....
Bergåsen is a distinct limestone ridge situated centrally in Snåsa. The area has several cultural heritage monuments, but is best knows for its large a...
Trunk road Fv 520, which crosses the mountains between Sauda in Ryfylke and Røldal in Hardanger, is the northern and possibly most beautiful part of t...
The National Tourist Route Ryfylke through Ryfylke, which opened in 2011, is one of the longest of Norway’s 18 National Tourist Routes. The route throu...
Årdal i Ryfylke
Hiafossen falls is situated near a historic trail between Nes in Årdal and Viglesdal (mountain lodge). You can access the trail by driving the Ryfylke...
Øyafossen falls is situated by the trail between Vormedalen and Trodla-Tysdal in Hjelmeland, Ryfylke. You can reach the trail by driving from Tau to...
Svandalen is an excellent walking area during the summer. Sauda Tourist Information Office has maps of Svandalen and other good walking areas in the Sa...
Skomakarnibbå (The Shoemaker's Crag) at 700 meters is a distinctive mountain south of the Jøsenfjord in Hjelmeland, Ryfylke, that can be viewed in pro...