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The sawing mill containing a water-powered circular saw was built in 1916 and was in operation until approximately 1990. The sawing mill was renovated...
Fitjar has been inhabited since the Old Stone Age. Copies of findings from Stone Age and the Bronze Age are on display at Rimbareid School. The munic...
Along road 303 between Melsomvik and Tønsberg, several ancient burial grounds are situated. The largest ancient burial ground is found at Skjærsnes....
Vestfold´s only preserved stave church. The church´s oldest part, the chancel, is from the 12th century. The nave, however, is from the second half of...
Restored buriel ground (1991) with over 20 registered graves from the early Iron-Age, ca. 500-1000 AD....
On a headland at the south end of the Gorningen lake lie the remains of a refuge from the migration period, named "Børja"
When the bonfire beacon wa...
The Rullestadjuvet Gorge is a dramatic and beautiful part of the Åkrafjord area which is well worth a visit. It is accessable by car and/or by foot....
For 1000 yrs Tokke has had an export industry. For Norwegian Vikings were whetstones from Eidsborg an effective weapon for throwing as the historic sagas tell us.
Christianity was introduced to Norway around 1000 AD, and in the years to follow some one thousand stave churches were built. Ringebu Stave Church dates back to around 1220, and is one of the country’s 28 remaining buildings of its kind.