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Attractions & Culture in Dovre
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This memorial was revealed by His Royal Majesty king Harald VII the 1st of June 2002, to mark the expantion of the Dovrefjell Sunndalsfjella national...
Bridge crossing the river Grimsa, reconstructed in 1997.
The bridge was used to get people and animals across the river.
Long logs are laid from each...
Vålåsjøen is Dovres largest lake, approx. 3 km long.
It has good fishing-possibilities, also for the physically disabled. Dovre Fjellstyre has a boat...
Formally a DNT-cabin, then called Reinheim.
56 beds in total.
Built in 1950/1951 as a tourist-cabin by DNT.
The army took over in 1959, and the new Re...
The mountain Snøhetta is the crown on the roof of norway. Wide and majestetic it shows itself for the travellers.
With its 2.286 meters above the sea,...
Excavations show that the first mountain lodges in Hjerkinn were situated here.
In the 1930s and 1980s there were excavations, and findings show that...
German OP-post during World War Two. Restaured in 1999.
Situated approx. 800 meters up from Fokstua farm....
Is situated in the lake Avsjøen in the Dovrefjell-area. The lake is privat, and the holm was once the home of the man Ulv, that had killed his brother...
Mud from when the glaciers covered the valley. Is found from Lie in Dombås all the way south to Dovreskogen. The name Dovre is probably taken from t...
Originally built by the german troops during world war two, and used as a concert-hall.
It is now rebuilt as a cinema and concert-hall....