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Steinkjerringa (the Stone Wife) or Mother Norway as it was originally called, is a sculpture in a scenic conservation area 3 km southwest of Synesvarde...
The church' mediaeval section dates back to around the year 1250.
Originally a rectangular, long church with a nave and chancel of same widths. The o...
Grødalandstunet - a collection of Jæren houses from the 18th and 19th centuries, shows how people lived during this time....
Obrestad lighthouse is built of granite in 1873.
The lighthouse master's residence was built in 1905, his assistant's house in 1949-50, and a family...
A reminder of World War II along Rv44 at Brusand.
The cement blocks were cast to prevent allied forces from making landfall. The German forces were a...
This German coastal artillery complex at Sirevåg is a reminder of Word War II, built by the occupiers to defend Jæren. There are several underground co...
Already several hundred years ago, Hå old vicarage served as the residence of a senior civil servant, a vicarage, an administrative and cultural centre...
The bird park in Nærbø village centre is near the railway station.Proud peacocks, ducks, geese and other birds wander freely. The information centre...
In the Jæren landscape you will be awe-struck by the sheer beauty of nature, and choice of marvelous food. Mile upon mile of sandy beaches and sand dunes, only broken by boulders and salmon rivers await you.
Jæren Recreation Council is responsible for the organisation and running of Kvassheim Recreation Lighthouse. The former machine house has been renovate...