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Christiansholm Fortress

Built 1672 by Fredrik III. The rotunda has 5 m thick walls. The mound is open from 15 May to 15 September, 09.00-21.00. Guiding by appointment.

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Oddernes Church

Built approx. 1100-1150. Stone church in the Roman style, with a Baroque alterpiece and pulpit from 1704. Runic stone in the porch.

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Tveit Church

Built between 1050-1070. Alterpiece and pulpit from the 1600s. Open by appointment.

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Grim Church

Inaugurated in 1969, built in concrete & well-known for good acoustics. Seating capacity 750. Open by appointment.

Kristiansand S

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.

Kristiansand S

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.

Kristiansand S

Atelier Saltaag

Studio with a painting workshop on the second floor that is 74 square meters. And lithography workshop on the first floor.

Kristiansand S

Baneheia

Walking, jogging or a cross-country skiing trip. There's always something to do at Baneheia all year round.

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Jegersberg

Jegerberg is a large forest close to town with lakes and marked trails.

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Odderøya Fortress

Kristiansan's oldest fortress (ca. 1660-1797) and Northern Europe's largest quarantine station (1804-1914).
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