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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.
Open every Saturday in June, July and August. Showing our permanent exhibition as well as the theme exhibition of this year, " Intet skår i gleden" ("No shard in the joy"), pieces of norwegian porcelain/faience history. Guided tours can be arranged for groups.
Norway is not able to boast the large, majestic gardens found elsewhere in Europe. Our conditions over the years have been less favourable - in terms o...
Kunstverket is a privately owned gallery, established in 1989. The gallery is composed of three individual departments: the Gallery, the Art-In-Archite...
Photo gallery with changing exhibitions.
Fotografiens Hus ("the house of photography") also houses a library and offices for various photographers' or...
Petroglyphs at Stykket (Stadsbygd) consists of five characters. Four depicting moose. The fifth species can not be determined. The greatest figure co...
Rissa church was consecrated in 1888 and is one of the two main churches in Rissa municipality. It was built after the old church was demolished in Re...
Stadsbygd church was consecrated in 1842 and was in earlier times the main church in his parish. Next to the church stands Stadsbygd rectory where the...
The oldest and most famous historical site in Rissa is Rein monastery. It was a royal residence in the Viking era, and many of Norway's kings and quee...
Rein church was consecrated in 1932. It was Author Johan Bojer who took the initiative and asked the funds to set up a new church as similar to the o...