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Trekanten Centre

The Trekanten Centre is a natural meeting place in central Asker, closely connected to highway E18, public transport such as the Gardermoen railway, a...


Hvalstrand Bad - Sult

“Seashore, sunshine, soft sand, Hvalstrand” - a popular saying from 1934. Hvalstrand Bad is surrounded by natural beauty on the best beach in Asker!...


Tveiter farm

Tveiter Gård’s beautiful main building and storehouse were built in the middle of the 1800s, but the full history of Tveiter Gård goes all the way bac...


The yellow house in Asker

The yellow house in Asker The yellow house in Asker was established in 1980 and is an artist-run exhibition space for visual arts and crafts. Be...


The NaKuHel Centre

At the NaKuHel (nature, culture, health) centre in Smia, hikers can meet and grab a cup of coffee and a bite to eat. This is also a great place to beg...


Asker church

Asker church was consecrated in 1879 and is a Gothic Revival brick church. The church was built after the old medieval church was ruined in a fire. So...


Holmen church

Holmen Church is a church built in a rectangular shape and of concrete. It was inaugurated in 1965. The church has 340 seats. The architect Knut Knutse...


Heggedal church

Heggedal church is a wooden church which was consecrated on the 12th april 1931 by Bishop Johan P. Lunde. The church was designed by architect Fritz Ho...


Østenstad church

Østenstad Church is a brick church from 1980. The church has 530 seats. The cemetery was completed in 2008. The church was designed by architect Hara...


Vardåsen church

Vardåsen Church is the newest church in Asker municipality. It was consecrated in 2004. The church is made ​​of concrete and is a combined church and...
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