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Kvikne

Røstvangen Mines

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...

Fitjar

Rydlandssago

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

Historical Landmarc- Rimbareid school

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...

Overhalla

Ranem Church

Ranem church is open to the public Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10.00 to 14.00 (effective from week 28-30)   Ranem church is a medieval churc...

Brandbu

King Haud - Randsfjordbåt AS

Randsfjordbåt AS offers chartered boat trips on the beautiful Randsfjorden lake on board the Norwegian-built MS Kong Haud. Suitable for corporate or or...

STJØRDAL

Værnes Church

The oldest building in Stjørdal is also the most stately one. In the whole of Norway there is hardly another building of the same age that still is in...

Fagernes

Valdres Folk Museum

The Valdres Folkemuseum in Fagernes was founded in 1901. The first house in the collections was rebuilt in 1906. Today the museum contents nearly 100...

Opphaug

Austrått Manor

Austrått is one of the oldest manors in Norway, dating from as early as the Viking Period. The fief holder (later the Earl), Finn Arnesson, lived there...

Lund

Tronåsen

Tronåsen is the ancient road between Moi and Flekkefjord. It is today a protected route. The road ends at Bakke Bro (bridge), an old suspension bridge...

Farsund

Farsund City History

There is so much history in the city of Farsund in Southern Norway, but it is all within easy reach. You can take a walk and experience it for yourself. Plaques are fastened to various places around the city that give you some information on that particular piece of history. Maps are available at the Farsund Tourist Office.
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