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This stave church at Kaupanger in Sogndal is the largest of the stave churches, and is still in use as the local parish church. The Kaupanger Stave Church was built in the so-called Borgund style on the remnants of two earlier churches, and dates back to about 1190.
Radiohòla (literal: the radio cave) is a natural shelter used by the Norwegian resistance during the second world war. It served as a hiding place for...
At the start, Hallingdal had seven stave churches. Today, Torpo Stave Church is the oldest and only original stave church left in Hallingdal. It is a...
Listed hamlet with 30 buildings ranging from the Middle Ages to present-day. The unique court of appeals lodge was built by the knight Sigurd Brynju...
About Voss Folkemuseum (Voss Folk Museum):
Voss Folkemuseum is a local museum whose purpose is to preserve items of historic interest from Voss and t...
Rock Carvings and Stone Formations
At Haugen farm at Jåberg there are rock carvings dating back to 1500-500 BC showing farming symbols. These are so...
Rakni's mound - a symbol of power and dominion.
This monumental barrow is located close to center of Jesshein and Gardermoen airport, only 6 kilometer...
Istrehågan is a burial ground from the early age of migration, with 5 stone settings from around 400-600 AD. Remains from persons, beer's paws, china,...
The Solberg Tower by Østfold's E6 has now been opened. For visitors it will become a landmark offering unexpected experiences.
Between Kvikne and Tynset on Road nr. 3, you pass a sign leading to “Røstvangen Gruver”. This area was populated by settlers almost 100 years ago in co...