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Article list Sponsored: Popular man-made attractions in Norway

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The Norwegian Railway Museum

Trains and railways appeal to both young and old, and at the Norwegian Railway Museum at Hamar you can learn more about Norway's railway history.
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Vest Agder Museums in Southern Norway

Vest-Agder Museum: Cultural heritage museums in Southern Norway. The museum union includes eight museums, located close to each other in the south.
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The Hamsun Centre

Set in the area that inspired some of Knut Hamsun's most renowned books, the Hamsun Centre offers both impressive views and cultural experiences.
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Explore the famous Kon-Tiki raft

Visit the Kon-Tiki Museum in Oslo and learn more about one of the greatest sea voyages in recorded history, across 2600 miles of open ocean.
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The National Museum of Art

See the most significant works of Edvard Munch and the highlights of Norwegian Art alongside the works of major international artist and sculptors.
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Kilden Performing Arts Centre in Kristiansand

Kilden Performing Arts Centre is located on the waterfront in Kristiansand. Kilden is a monumental landmark building for the arts in Southern Norway.
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The Viking Ship Museum in Oslo

Experience the best preserved Viking ships in the world up close and personal, and find out more about the Vikings' way of life - and death.
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Lindesnes Fyr – Norway’s oldest lighthouse

Lindesnes Lighthouse is Norway’s southernmost point. Spend a few hours or stay several days. The weather, water and nature are all breathtaking.
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