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Tarva

Tarva lighthouse

Tarva lighthouse was established in 1894 and closed down and replaced by a smaller lighthouse in 1956. The lamp house stood on the west side of the kee...

Bjugn

Bjugn Village museum Mølnargården

Mølnargården is a village museum with 19 buildings and many permanent exhibits, among them archeology, geology, shoemaker and carpenter's workshop and...

Tarva

Tarva Chapel

The chapel on the island Tarva was built in 1972 by the island's own population. The cemetery was opened in 1921....

Tarva

Tarva culture and nature area

Tarva archipelago has an area of ​​approx. 14 km2, of which the inhabited Husøya is ca. 8 km2. The road from the harbor in the south to the north Valøy...

Oksvoll

Nes Church

Nes Church is located at Hellem in Bjugn and was inaugurated in 1879. Nes Old Church (1774-1879) was moved and is now Austefjorden chapel. The new chur...

Bjugn

Bjugn Church

Bjugn Church from 1956. Architect John Egil Tverdahl....

Oksvoll

Burial mounds at Valseidet

Bjugn is a coastal municipality and here as in much of the country otherwise constitute tombstones our biggest source group from the Iron Age. 450 tomb...

Oksvoll

Jøssund Church

The church in Mandal in Bjugn was inaugurated in 1886, and is well located with the ocean as its nearest neighbor. It replaced the old church on Jøssu...

Bjugn

Hegvik Church

Hegvik church located in Høybakken and was formerly called Stjørna church. It is built of granite, clay and lime. Designed and built by C.M. Riiber an...

Vallersund

Unitehope-angel in Vallersund

The Unitehope-angel is found on Nesa Varden (67 m) east of Vallersund Farm. The Unitehope-angel was unveiled in 2009 and is part of a worldwide art pro...
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