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Vollen

Vollen Marina

On the grounds you will find moorings, boat dealerships, boat services, a gas station, kiosk and a restaurant on the docks. Moorings are available all...

Nesbru

The Yellow House

The Yellow House is a cultural institution in Asker, a venue for art and crafts and a working community for practitioners of art. The house consists o...

Asker

Semsvannet lake – walk

Since 1992, the Semsvannet lake and surrounding landscape has had the status of a protected landscape area. This is due to the animal and plant life,...

Asker

Drengsrud cultural path – walk

Drengsrud in Asker - historic roads and cultural landscapes. At Drengsrud school there is a notice board with a map and description of the cultural pat...

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...

Nesbru

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!...

Vettre

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...

Heggedal

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...

Asker

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...
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