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Sula Chapel

Sula chapel is built in wood and became listed in 1925. The church has long plan and 200 seats. Architect: Martin Petterse...


Sletta Church

Sletta church is built of brick and was erected in 1990. The church has circular plan and 430 seats. Architect: Odd Østbye...


Hallaren Church

Hallaren church is built of wood and was erected in 1881. The church has long plan and 400 seats. Architect: J.H.Nissen / Kristian Hovde...


Måøy Chapel

Måøy Chapel was originally constructed in 1939. The building was developed and dedicated to the chapel in 1975. The structure is wood and has 250 seat...


Vingleia lighthouse

Vingleia lighthouse is standing on Skarvflesan just north of Mausund. The lighthouse was established in 1921, has brightness 29,700 cd and arch 13 naut...


Sula lighthouse

Sula lighthouse is located on the island's highest point, 37 m above sea level. There you have a spectacular view in all directions, you can get the e...


Titran chapel

The history of Titran chapel dates back to 1873, when Titran worship was built as one of the first prayer houses on Freya. It had a distinctive eight...


The Fishing Village Halten

The fishing village Halten is situated out in the middle of the sea. At Halten you can stay for a holiday in a clean maritime environment,far from the...


The fishing village Titran

The fishing village Titran was one of the most important in Central Norway with great and good harbor which at times could accommodate tens of boats a...


Finnvær lighthouse

Finnvær lighthouse is located on Valøya, within Froan nature reserve. The lighthouse was opened in 1912, and automated in 1985....
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