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Skålafjøro

Skålafjøro

21.11.2018

Chest from Huglo, painted in 1820 by Gunder Gundersen Handeland

Skorven

19.06.2018

Hauga House at Tveito, Kvinnherad

Tveito

19.06.2018

Portrait of Jonas Lie

Undarheim

19.06.2018

Fjøsanger road

19.05.2018

Rope making

Sandviken

12.06.2018

Close to the tunnel opening at Amalie Skrams vei in Ssandviken, there is a cultural monument of European dimensions; a rope making works that produced rope and fishing tackle for West and North Norway.

Troldhaugen, Bergen

Troldhaugen

29.03.2018

Xylograph of the shipyard, Bergen

Verftet

19.02.2019

Today the name “Verftet” is linked to both a district and conglomeration of buildings lying protected by Fredriksberg castle. The original shipyard was founded in the 1780s by Georg Brunchorst and Georg Vedeler. It was called Gerogenes Verft (the shipyards of the Georgs), and here ships were both built and repaired in the years after 1786.

Sash-saw and circular saw

Herand- Tveiti sawmill

26.05.2018

Tveiti sawmill in Herand is probably the last water-powered sash-saw in the country that has been in regular operation up to our time. There has been a sash-saw here since the 1700s, and on the other side of the river there are remains of an even older saw.

The trading store at Holsund is now in the Horda Museum.

Holsund

16.06.2018

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