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Åndalsnes

Åndalsnes Train Chapel

"Church on rail". Welcome to the first and only train chapel in Norway - probably also the only one in the world - which has stopped by the platform o...

Molde

The town street at the Romsdal Museum

The "town street" with Mali's Café shows typical Molde town houses from the pre-war period....

Molde

The Royal Birch and the Peace Grove

The place where King Haakon and Crown Prince Olav sought shelter from German bombers in April 1940 when they were being hunted by the German occupying...

Eikesdal

Aursjøvegen Road

The road goes from Finnset in Eikesdal through Finnsetlia, featuring several 180 degree hairpin turns, through dramatic nature that might take your bre...

Førresfjorden

Arquebus War History Museum

Arquebus War History Museum is one of Norway’s largest museums exhibiting artifacts from the Resistance during WWii. Covering more than 2000 m2, the mu...
Adult NOK 75,- Children and seniors NOK 50,-.

Stavanger

Øvre Holmegate - The colourful street

A colourful street in the centre of Stavanger where all buildings have been painted in fresh colours. This is perhaps the most colourful street in all...

Eidsvåg i Romsdal

The Vicarage at Nesset

Childhood home of the Norwegian writer Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson, who was awarded the Nobel Prize of Literature in 1903. Seven of the present buildings dat...

Sande i Sunnfjord

Hestad Chapel

Øyra Church Unpretentious but free, Hestad Chapel is at Øyra between Viksdal Lake and Hestad Fjord, which is part of the Gaular river system. History...

Frei

Kvalvik Fort - coastal fort from World War 2

Kvalvik Fort is situated on Kvalvik, Frei. It is one of Norway's best preserved coastal fortifications from the Second World War. There was also a sub...

Fjell

Fjell Fortress - Museum Vest

Festung Norwegen. In 1942, Hitler gave the order to build the Atlantic Wall, a 2.685km, continuous coastal defence that stretched from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Pyrenees in the south. It was built to defend German-occupied Europe against invasion from the British.
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