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Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock) is one of the most visited attractions in Norway, and one of the most photographed sites. To visit this popular rock for...
At Hafrsfjord we find the monument "Swords in Rock". It was here Harald Hårfagre fought a battle that united Norway into one kingdom in 872 AD. The mo...
Embark on a journey to an enchanting island with exotic gardens, for an experience that that will delight your senses.
Ullandhaug tower - The telecommunications tower was built in 1964. The tower rises 64 metres on a hill 135 m above sea level. From here you have a mar...
According to tradition the cathedral was built in the year 1125, after Sigurd Jorsalfarer named Stavanger as a cathedral city. Bishop Reinald of Winche...
Stavanger botanic garden lies to the west of Ullandhaug tower, with fine views over Jæren, Hafrsfjord and the North Sea. The garden has a southerly a...
Wednesday concerts in
Frue church (Hetland kirke) stated the Spring 2013 and has since then been a weekly concert offer. The target for the concerts...
Alexander Lange Kielland was born in Stavanger on the 18th of February 1849. He belonged to one of the oldest merchant families in Stavanger, and he grew up in one of the city's most wealthy homes.
The Mission Museum, established in 1864, is Stavanger's oldest museum. The impressive collection of over 5,000 artifacts presents an interesting histor...
Old Stavanger comprises 173 wooden buildings from the turn of the 18th century. Most of them are small, white cottages. Stavanger has received several...