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Fagerheim Collection, Sauda

The collection of wood carvings are located in Sauda Hall, Sauda in Ryfylke. More than 100 small wood carvings by Ola Fagerheim showing a small West Co...

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Jonegarden farm at Hustveit (Ryfylke Museum)

Jonegarden, Sauda in Ryfylke was owned by the same family from the 17th century until 1987. The farm extended from the fjord up to an altitude of roug...

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Saudafjorden

Saudafjorden in Ryfylke extends from where Sandsfjorden splits into a northern run in 16 km to Sauda and an eastern into Hylen. Saudafjorden is the nor...

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Tangen/Kastfoss

One of the most attractive walks is Tangen–Kastfoss, near Sauda town centre, in Ryfylke. Here, the Nordelva joins Storelva, before they empty their jo...

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Svandalsfossen falls

As you drive The National Tourist Route Ryfylke, Fv. 520 and Rv. 13, you pass an impressive waterfall just before you reach Saudasjøen in Ryfylke....

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Høllandsfossen falls

Høllandsfossen lies in the very heart of Sauda municipality, on the right-hand side of the road from Sauda to Åbødalen, just past Sauda Ungdomsskule...

Saudasjøen

Honganvikfossen

The waterfall known as Honganvikfossen seems beautifully suspended above the northern end of the Saudafjord in Ryfylke. Many know the falls under a...

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The potholes in Åbødalen

To reach these fascinating potholes in Sauda, Ryfylke, follow the sign from Sauda toward Åbødalen. Continue on the road to Buer, about 10 km from the...

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The zinc mines at Allmannajuvet

The zinc mines in Allmannajuvet in Sauda, Ryfylke were in operation from 1881 to 1899. The mining operations brought life to the village with as many a...

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Industrial Workers Museum (Ryfylkemuseum)

The Industrial Workers Museum at Sauda in Ryfylke shows what it was like to live in a worker`s apartment anno 1920 and 1960. A photographic exhibition...
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