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Gea Norvegica

Gea Norvegica Geopark is Scandinavia’s first UNESCO recognized geopark. The geopark’s purpose is to spread knowledge about our geological inheritance...

Ulefoss

Fen Province GeoPark exhibition

Fensfeltet Geological Exhibition is located on the second floor above the tourist information office in Ulefoss near the Ulefoss canal lock, and has a...

Seljord

Bruredynnan

Bruredynnan is at the eastern tip om Seljord Lake by Rondebersåsane. Here we find the remains of 6-7000 year old stone paintings that are believed to r...

Dalen

Dalen Villmarkssenter

Dalen Villmarkssenter offers photo hides for various birds and animals. In summertime they offers trips on horseback.The horseback riding tour starts...

Sauherad

Fruitvillage

The Fruitvillage at Gvarv is Norways´s capital of appleproduction. Experience  the aroma of fruit, vineyard and brewery products. Bakery, farmshops and accomodation.

Porsgrunn

Gea Norvegica Geopark

It's owned by the counties of Telemark and Vestfold, together with the eight municipalities of Bamble, Kragerø, Nome, Porsgrunn, Siljan, Skien, Larda...

Vinje

Berry and mushroom picking

At the end of August and in September, you can pick berries and mushrooms galore! You will find wild cranberries, blueberries, cloudberries and vario...

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...

Porsgrunn

Gea Norvegica Geopark, Skien

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

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.
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