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Read more: Erling Skjalgsson monument Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun

Sola

Erling Skjalgsson monument

Erling Skjalgsson monument is sited near the Ruinkirken. The monument was erected in memory of Erling Skjalgsson (975-1028), Solas most famous 'son'....
Read more: Sola Beach Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/Region Stavanger

Sola

Sola Beach

Solastranden is a 2,3 km long beach close to the airport. It is one of the most popular beaches in the Stavanger region, and a well used spot for...
Read more: Coastal Collections in Tananger Photo: Region Stavanger, Lene Lunde

Tananger

Coastal Collections in Tananger

Tananger Coastal Collections displays about 20 boats from the 19th century. Exhibited objects document life along the coast and work at sea, providing...
Read more: Rogaland War Historical Museum Photo: Jærmuseet

Sola

Rogaland War Historical Museum

A variety of exhibits and objects from World War II help provide an understanding of what the war was like for the civilian population and members of...
Read more: The Museum of Aviation History Photo: Flyhistorisk museum

SOLA

The Museum of Aviation History

The Museum of Aviation History highlights local Norwegian aviation history from World War II until the present day. On display are 35 historic...
Read more: Sola Ruinchurch Photo: Region Stavanger, Lene Lunde

Sola

Sola Ruinchurch

The current church is built on the ruins of an early 12th century Roman stone church. At one time the church was transformed into a residence for the...
Read more: Monsen House in Tananger Photo: Region Stavanger, Lene Lunde

Tananger

Monsen House in Tananger

Monsen House in Tananger, built in 1732, was one of the first houses in the area. The house is named after master ship pilot Gabriel Monsen, who ran...
Read more: Ytraberget by Hafrsfjord Photo: Terje Tveit

Sola

Ytraberget by Hafrsfjord

At Ytraberget are the ruins of a stone fortress from the age of migration, dated 300 years before Viking times (550-1050 AD.) The fortress was...
Read more: The burial mounds at Rege Photo: Region Stavanger

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The burial mounds at Rege

The burial mounds at Rege date from the Bronze Age (approx. 1800-500 BC). One of the mounds has been restored. The site contained the richest haul of...
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