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Larvik

The Viking City Kaupang

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.

Tjodalyng

Bronze age carvings at Haugen

Bronze age carvings at Haugen in Tjølling outside Larvik. The carvings date from the bronze age 1500-500 BC. Bronze age farmers have carved different...

Tjodalyng

The burial area of Istrehågan

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,...

Stavern

Hall of Rememberence

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....

Larvik

The Beechwood

Bøkeskogen - The Beech Tree Forest - is Norway’s largest and the world’s most northerly beech tree forest. As comfortable walking trails invite you to...

Stavern

Brunla Burial Area

The Brunla and Agnes burial area close to Stavern is one of the largest burial mounds from the Iron Age detected in Vestfold. Close to 90 graves, we...

Larvik

Jettegryter - Stone pots

Along the whole Brunlanes coast and the Tjølling coast, melting water from ice formations have made potholes. These are cavities, which appear to have...
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