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Stained glass painting in “Målabuo”.

Gjerde

19.06.2018

Chest from Huglo, painted in 1820 by Gunder Gundersen Handeland

Skorven

19.06.2018

Kjerland

26.05.2018

On the farms Kjerland and Røynstrond, east of the river that flows into the fjord, we find many decorative painters who belong to the so-called sòlekistemålarane in Hardanger: Knut and Mikkjel Røynstrand and Johannes Jonsson Kjærland.

The decorations in the house from Li

Li

12.06.2018

The cholera graveyard. Møvik, Fjell

Møvik

14.03.2018

In the winter of 1849 the impoverished Fjell municipality was forced to put money into new burial places at Møvik and Bildøydalen, because of the raging cholera epidemic. On 28 March the municipal council decided on a resolution “to apply to His Majesty the King most subserviently to be granted a loan of 500 Speciedaler …”

Section of the lid of the chest painted around 1830, by Nils Johannesson Tveiterås

Tveit

16.06.2018

Liarbø, Fitjar

Liarbø

19.06.2018

Hystadmarka, Stord

Hystad- burial mounds

22.01.2019

The biggest collection of prehistoric burial relics in Stord is to be found in Hystadmarka. There are still 16 burial mounds and two stone rings visible here; finds that span from the Bronze Age to the Viking Age in time.

Dagestad museum, Voss

Gjernes

19.06.2018

The décor from the Skogasel house

Skogasel

26.05.2018

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