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Hjerkinn

viewpoint SNØHETTA

viewpoint SNØHETTA is an architectural viewing pavilion overlooking Tverrfjellet mountain at Hjerkinn.

Dombås

Arnfinnsbrua - Dovrefjell

A beautiful and protected rock-bridge from 1825. An old saying tells us that the convict Arnfinn worked his way to a free man by building this bridge....

Dovre

Grunnlovsvarden - Hjerkinn

This memorial from the legislation in norway was erected by norwegian youth in 1964. It"s situated by the national-park memorial, at the highest point...

Dovre

The old kings road

The name "kings road" is of very old origin, and has been used as a term describing the road the king used. Dovrefjell is a natural border between the...

Dovre

Einbustugu - Dombås

Einbustugu in Dombås - Einbustugu was the childhood home of Sigurd Einbu (1866 - 1946), a teacher, local historian and famous amateur astronomer. The...

Dovre

Høydesteinen - Dovrefjell

1.026 meters above the sea, this bauta stands at the highest point of the E6, and the railroad between Oslo and Trondheim. Approx. 2 km to the north o...

Dovre

Falkeranden - Dovrefjell

Falkeranden is a mountain-ridge across from Nysetra in Dovrefjell. Falconeres from all over Europe came here to capture falcons, or to buy falcons fro...

Dovre

The valley Tjovdalen - Dovre

The valley is situated to the north of Dovre, by the Åteigen. The winter of 1945 a russian prisoner of war lived in one of the farms in the Åteigen. He...

Dovre

Rusthaugen - Dovreskogen

Formarly a post station, run by the farm Rødølen. It was also the last school for shoemakers from 1947-1948....

Dovre

The kings farm Tofte - Dovre

Old posting-station. Tofte may well be the oldest farm in Dovre, and all its buildings are preserved. Tofte is mentioned in the writings of Harald Hår...
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