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Kvinesdal

Emigration Monument

It has been 175 years since the official emigration from Norway to the United States started. The leader of the Committee on Emigrant in Kvinesdal...
Read more: Salmeli Farm

Kvinlog

Salmeli Farm

Furthest north in Kvinesdal and bordering the mountains at about 550m above sea level, lays Salmeli farm. The farm's history dates back to the 1300s,...
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Kvinesdal

Feda village

Feda is a beautiful little coastal town just outside Kvinesdal. Due to its central location, in the past it was chosen by the Vikings as a commercial...
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Mandal

Mandal museum

The museum is home to southern Norway’s largest exhibition on fish, which shows how techniques and equipment have developed over time in the area. The...
Read more: Kleven and Gismerøya Photo: Turistkontoret for Lindesnesregionen

Mandal

Kleven and Gismerøya

In the days of sailing ships, Kleven was one of northern Europe’s best harbours. The village consists of wooden houses and shops from that era. Where...
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Mandal

Vigeland hus

Gustav Vigeland is perhaps the more famous of the brothers, having produced the sculptures for the Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo. Their childhood...
Read more: Lindesnes Lighthouse Photo: Heidi Sørvig

LINDESNES

Lindesnes Lighthouse

The lighthouse has been designated a national lighthouse museum, and hosts various exhibitions relating to the development and history of lighthouses,...
Read more: Fedrenes Museum Photo: Fedrenes Minne

Hidrasund

Fedrenes Museum

This maritime museum is in the old school house in Rasvåg. You can learn about the island's history from the Stone Age up until the present times...
Read more: The Dutch Town in Flekkefjord Photo: Smaabykontoret

Flekkefjord

The Dutch Town in Flekkefjord

This old part of the town got its name from the extensive trade with Holland from the 1600th until the 1800th centrury. There are few traces left...
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