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Gallery Winther shows thematic expositions with photos at screen as basis in the Stone Barracks at Fredriksvern.
Øyunn Winther owns the gallery. She...
Ulabrand, baptized Anders Jacob Johansen (1815-1881), was a famous sea pilot who lived in the beutiful village Ula between Larvik and Sandefjord. A mo...
The Agnes Stone Paving is the name of 14 stones making a ship-like formation, the stems situated in direction west-east. The stone paving is also calle...
Farris is Vestfolds largest lake and is a source of drinking water for around 200.000 persons in Vestfold. The lake is a 20 km longand 130 m deep fior...
Istrehågan is a burial ground from the early age of migration, with 5 stone settings from around 400-600 AD. Remains from persons, beer's paws, china,...
"The High Residence of the Count" - The Manor House - was built by the recently appointed Count of Larvik, Ulrik Fredrik Gyldenløve, in the 1670s.
Sailors`Memorial Hall outside Stavern is Norway's first memorial for sailors who lost their lives during the First World War and the Second World War....
The Fritzøehus Park is a park surrounding the Fritzøehus manor outside Larvik. During the summer season it is possible to get guided tours in the park....
The first city in Norway was located at Kaupang and was established around year 800. Many skilled craftsmen did business here with visitors from near and far.