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Marnardal

Skjæveslandtunet

Some of the older buildings in Marnardal are exceptionally attractive. In Skjævesland you will find Skjæveslandtunet, consisting of a number of...
Read more: Laudal church Photo: Otto Reuber

Marnardal

Laudal church

The church dates from 1826. The altarpiece was painted by the famous artist Olaf Isaachsen from Mandal. Outside there is a monument to Major Arne...

Øyslebø

Øyslebø church

In 1795, a new church was built in Øyslebø on the site of the old long church. The altarpiece and pulpit are from the original church, and have been...
Read more: Bjelland church Photo: www.lindesnesregionen.com

Bjelland

Bjelland church

It is known that there was a church on this site as early as in 1429. The current church building dates from 1793....

Marnardal

Heddeland ancient burial ground and nature park

Burial ground with 33 burial mounds from the early Iron Age. It is thought that some of the graves date back as far as the year 0. The site includes...
Read more: Støa Leketøyfabrikk Photo: Turistkontoret for Lindesnesregionen

Marnardal

Støa Leketøyfabrikk

Støa Toy Factory's history dates back to 1928, with a bunch of good ideas from Olav Fidjestøl's travels around the world. With local materials from...
Read more: Laudal Museum Photo: Marnardal kommune

Marnardal

Laudal Museum

The museum is located by school at Laudal (Riksvei 461). It houses a collection of exhibits from local houses, schools and working life....
Read more: Sigurd Nomes collection Photo: Sidsel Jørgensen

Øyslebø

Sigurd Nomes collection

Sigurd Nome was born in Øyslebø in the Marnardal region in 1911. After extensive art studies including the State Academy of Fine Arts from 1935-37, he...
Read more: Marnardal Museum and Mjålandsstova Photo: Sidsel Jørgensen

Øyslebø

Marnardal Museum and Mjålandsstova

There are exhibitions on local culture and everyday life in the valley. Exhibits include rose-painted furniture, Norwegian national dress, drinking...
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