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Porsgrunn

The catholic parish of Our Lady

The only Catholic church in Telemark, built in the "dragon style" in 1899, at a time when Catholic porcelain workers from Bøhmen came to Porsgrunn....

Porsgrunn

Eidanger Church

Eidanger church is one of the many stone churches built in Telemark in the 1100s.

Porsgrunn

Mule Varde, PORSGRUNN

Porsgrunn Mule Varde is situated by hihgway E18 between Nystrand and Skjelsvik. It is a publicly owned country house with beautiful gardens from...

Vinje

Forsvarsmuseet Resistance Museum in Vinje, Åmot

The Defense Museum in Åmot houses artefacts and documents relating to the events of World War II and wartime life in Vinje.

Siljan

Moholt Ironworks

The ironworks at Moholt started operations in 1731 as a subsidiary of the larger ironworks at Larvik. Today, one can see the remains of a blast furna...

Treungen

Z museum

Invite your family down the memory lane. www.z-museum.no Z museum, a different experience presenting thousands of experience presenting thousands o...

Fyresdal

Fyresdal museum of local history

Fyresdal village museum is situated in Øyskogen (the island forest), which is an attractive park area in the centre of Fyresdal with many large protected pine trees, and a birch grove. In this area there are also a number of burial mounds dated back to heathen times and this site is estimated to be the richest in all of Telemark. Specific info boards in the park offer more information on these burial mounds.

Seljord

Viecing stone, Guro Lomodden

Vieving stones. Eight different sculptured "vieving stones" have been placed in to the landscape, on locations related to tales of local female figures. Gonil Dale, Guro Lommodden, Kivlemøyane, Guro heddeli, Tårån i troppin, Glima i Rupedalar, Ljose-Signe i Bindingsnuten and Skuldalsbruri. each of these women has fiddle music named after them.

Seljord

Vieving stones, Gonil Dale

Vieving stones. Eight different sculptured "vieving stones" have been placed in to the landscape, on locations related to tales of local female figures. Gonil Dale, Guro Lommodden, Kivlemøyane, Guro heddeli, Tårån i troppin, Glima i Rupedalar, Ljose-Signe i Bindingsnuten and Skuldalsbruri. each of these women has fiddle music named after them.
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