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Seljord

Vieving stones, Guro Heddeli

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.

Porsgrunn

Gea Norvegica Geopark, Porsgrunn

South of Porsgrunn, across Frierfjorden and further into Bamble by Herre, there is an extensive fault, the results of a period of earthquakes about 300 million years ago.

Siljan

Gea Norvegica Geopark, Siljan

Forested ridges and bare rock surfaces at Siljan! Siljan is dominated by forested areas with knobby hills around a central valley, the Siljan valley.

Porsgrunn

Gea Norvegica Geopark, Bamble

Bamble is dominated by two types of landscape with completely different geological histories. In the west the landscape is dominated by ancient baseme...

Rauland

Mountain cruise to Mogen with M/B Fjellvåken II

Join the passengerboat M/B Fjellvåken II on a cruise on Lake Møsvatn, 919 m.a.s.l

Fyresdal

Folkestadbyen.The town of Folkestad

Folkestadbyen- The town of Folkestad. In the 1870s, a centre for commerce and crafts started to appear in this small church village.  The village received the name of “Folkestadbyen” and the towns people lived by paid work, commerce and handicraft.

Skien

Gea Norvegica Geopark, Skien

Skien is a community with an exceptional geological diversity. A tour across the Skien-Gjerpendalen valley is a tour through 1500 million years of geological history.

Skien

Birdwatching in the middle og Telemark

The Norwegian Ornithology Association of Telemark was started in 1968. It is the county group for the Norwegian Ornithology Association. Goals and ta...

Seljord

sea ​​serpent tower

The tale of the serpent in the seljord Lake have been told since 1750 and have been passed down in spoken form, being only partly written down. You can look for the serpent from the sea ​​serpent tower on Bjørgeøyan.
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