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D/S Hestmanden

D/S Hestmanden sailed during both World Wars and is the last remaining ship in the Nortraship fleet.

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Telemarksvegen

Telemarksvegen (RV 41) from Kristiansand alongroad 41 to Morgedal is quite an experience.

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The Chapel on the wharf

In the Chapel on the Wharf all visitors are welcome, whether it’s to meet people who have time for a chat and a cup of coffee, or to find a quiet place for peace and contemplation in the chapel. Roadside church.

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Søm Church

Søm Church was consecrated in November 2004. The church has a distinctive style with its red-brick construction and a long glass painting stretching from the altar over the roof to the main door, with the motto "from darkness to light".

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Bredalsholmen Dokk og Fartøyvernsenter

A national centre for the preservation of historic ships built of steel - both a living engineering workshop and a museum. Take part on a fascinating exploration under and over, inside and outside the old ships and listen to accounts of the work in progress.

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Galleri Knapstad

In the gallery you will find unique art glass blown in the workshop by Camilla and Jarle Knapstad and jewellery made by goldsmiths Randi and Bjørnar Knapstad.

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Randøya

Østre Randøya (previously Randøya Fort) is a magnificent recreation area with smooth rocks ideal for sunbathing, a sheltered bay and excellent paths for walking.

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Odderøya Amfi

Go for a walk (approx. 3 km) on the former island naval base of Odderøya, now a recreation area, in Kristiansand. Walk on idyllic sign-posted paths with excellent views of the eastern harbour, Cristiansholm Fortress (1672) and the leisure boat marinas. The island has a very interesting military history with remnants of old ramparts, thegunpowder store, an old isolation hospital and other buildings from the 18th century onwards. Odderøya was also used as a quarantineharbour in the 1830s and was the largest quarantine station in Northern Europe.
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