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Skatval

Steinvikholm Castle

On an islet outside Skatval, accessible on foot when the tide is low, lie the remains of a castle that once in Mediaeval Times brooded over Norway´s fa...

Opphaug

Austråttlunden

Landscape Area with distinctive woodland, facilitated by walkways. You can also move around here with a wheelchair. Austråttlunden has a rich and spe...

Storfosna

Storfosna Church

Storfosna church was built in 1913. It is built of wood and has 150 seats....

Rissa

Rein Monastery

The oldest and most famous historical site in Rissa is Rein monastery. It was a royal residence in the Viking era, and many of Norway's kings and quee...

Uthaug

Sjøgata, Uthaug

Street with the picturesque fishermen's houses from the middle of 1800's. Sjøgata is located along the beach in the old port area of Uthaug. The fa...

Stadsbygd

Petroglyphs at Stykket

Petroglyphs at Stykket (Stadsbygd) consists of five characters. Four depicting moose. The fifth species can not be determined. The greatest figure co...

Rissa

Rein Church

Rein church was consecrated in 1932. It was Author Johan Bojer who took the initiative and asked the funds to set up a new church as similar to the o...

Hasselvika

Hasselvika Church

Hasselvika church was consecrated in 1951 and was built as a chapel. The particularity of this church is the altarpiece, where local people have been...

Råkvåg

The wharf buildings i Råkvåg

Old wharf buildings in Råkvåg. A unique cultural recollection with large seahouses from the herring fishing days.The old herring buildings now give way...

Rissa

Frengen Church

Frengen church was dedicated in 1972 as a burial chapel, and was eventually adopted as a church. Built of wood and has 90 seats....
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