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Bekkestua

Haslum Church

Stone church with origins back to the year 1190. Haslum is located in Bærum west of Oslo, and the church is a popular venue for weddings and christe...

Lysaker

Polhøgda

Polhøgda at Lagåsen was the home of the infamous polar explorer, scientist, diplomat, humanist and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Fridtjof Nansen...

Sandvika

Bærum Town Hall (Bærum Rådhus)

The town hall was erected in the period between 1927-63, in accordance with drawings by architect Magnus Poulsson. The town hall has a bell tower in t...

Slependen

Tanum church

Tanum church is one of two medieval churches in Bærum, built in around 1100-1130. It is a Romanesque church, with frescoes from the 1300s, and medieva...

Sandvika

Kjørbo farm

This is Sandvika’s oldest farm, constructed early in the Iron Age. The farm is located by the water in Kjørbo park, on the west side of the mouth of t...

Sandvika

Løkkehaven and Løkke bridge

Here you will find small buildings from old Sandvika, with galleries, small shops, crafts and cafes. The place has its origins from the former Harresc...

Sandvika

Malmskrivergården farm

Malmskrivergården features Sandvika’s oldest preserved buildings, from around 1640. The “ore clerk” (malmskriveren) who kept an overview of the unloa...

Høvikodden

Henie-Onstad Art Centre, Høvikodden and Veritas park

Henie Onstad Kunstsenter (The Henie Onstad Art Centre) stands on a spit, Høvikodden, just outside of Oslo, in a park with an area of approximately one...

Snarøya

Snarøya church

Snarøya church has a rectangular shape (architects Østbye and Odd Harald Hille). The church is from 1968, built of concrete and has 250 seats. There...
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