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Nesbyen

Old Nes

Welcome to the Old Town in Hallingdal. Gamle Nes (Old Nes) is the oldest part of Nesbyen. Nesbyen was the administration centre and the residence for o...

Nesbyen

Cultural trails in Nesbyen

Cultural memories are traces of human activity. They can be both 10,000 years old or more recent. The activities of our time create the future’s cultur...

Hemsedal

Sights

Rjukandefossen waterfall An impressive and powerful double waterfall dropping 18 meters down a narrow ravine. Near the waterfall there are several pot...

Hemsedal

Heritage sites off the beaten track

Overgrown fields and farms When walking in forests and fields, we often see traces of previous exploitation of the countryside where there is overgro...

Oslo

Astrup Fearnley Museet

Astrup Fearnley Museum is home to the Astrup Fearnley Collection, a collection of modern and contemporary art counted among the most significant of it...

Oslo

Central Jam-e-Mosque (World Islamic Mission)

The mosque in Åkebergveien is the headquarters of World Islamic Mission, one of the biggest Moslem congregations in Norway.  With room for about 700...

Oslo

Medieval Oslo

The history of Oslo begins in the Middle Ages; the first town-like settlement probably appeared around the year 1000 AD. The medieval town was located...

Oslo

Birkelunden

Birkelunden park is one of the most popular parks in Oslo. The park was laid out in the 1860s, and is located in the upper part of Grünerløkka between...

Oslo

Frogner Park

Frogner Park (Frognerparken) is the biggest park in central parts of Oslo and a popular recreational area for people from all over the city. On a nic...

Sandefjord

Midtåsen

The beautiful former home of shipping magnate and philanthropist Anders Jahre is now owned by the municipality of Sandefjord. The house, which sits in 15 acres of grounds (Midtåsen), was built in the 1930s and designed by renowned Norwegian architect Arnstein Arneberg.
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