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Read more: Mandal church Photo: Turistkontoret for Llindesnesregionen

Mandal

Mandal church

This is Norway’s largest wooden church, consecrated in 1821. The church, built in the Neoclassical Empire style, can seat up to 1300 people. It was...
Read more: Sava Brukskunst Photo: Liv Anette Trædal

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Sava Brukskunst

The applied art centre at Sava houses temporary exhibitions throughout the year, exhibiting work by the 50 members of the centre. The premises are...
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The salmon ladder in Holumbekken

One of the largest salmon ladders in southern Norway is to be found below the Møll bridge in Holum, on the Mandalselva River. The salmon ladder is...
Read more: Harkmark church Photo: Otto Reuber/Wikipedia

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Harkmark church

Long church from 1613, built of rough timber. Restored in 1972-75. Old furnishings including altarpiece, altar table and pulpit....
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Mandal

Furulunden

Furulunden is a large nature park with exellent sandy beaches, rocky outcrops and pine forests. The park is around 5 minutes' walk from the centre...
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Mandal

Skrivergården

This building is a copy of a mansion on the border between Scotland and England. It was the local judge Friderich Fridrichsen who had the mansion...
Read more: Risøbank Photo: FREM

Mandal

Risøbank

Lord Edward T. Salvesen from Scotland built his fine holiday home in Furulunden just outside Mandal. The building was completed in 1901, and was...
Read more: Buen kulturhus Photo: Turistkontoret for Lindesnesregionen

Mandal

Buen kulturhus

Mandal's culturehouse with library, cinema, cafe and kiosk. Concerts and cultural events are also held here....
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Sjølingstad Uldvarefabrik

Today the factory is a living musum with its own power station, dye house, spinning mill, weaving mill and finishing plant. If you go on a guided...
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