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Model of the king’s estate around 1300

Bergenhus

12.06.2018

Klosteret

12.06.2018

Troldhaugen, Bergen

Troldhaugen

29.03.2018

Ramsøy with the remains of the old artillery positions.

Ramsøy

12.06.2018

“At thick of night a thundering knock on the door; the man in the house wakes up, jumps out and demands: Who cries? Yes, now you must out, the beacon shines on Høgenut. And in the same breath, every man knew that strife had hit the land.”

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

Tveit

16.06.2018

Goltasund bridge and Goltasundet

Goltasundet

16.06.2018

For generations the land-seine was the most important tool for catching herring and mackerel, and therefore a suitable casting bay was worth its weight in gold. Goltasundet (the Golta sound) on Golta was such a place. Here the herring often drifted in and fantastic casts might be made here.

Skogsvågen, Sund. Picture from ca. 1890.

Skogsvåg

19.05.2018

Kval i våg! Når det ropet gjekk, var det berre å få ut den kraftige kvalnota til å stengja vågen med, og så kunne veidinga ta til. I uminnelege tider har det vore drive kvalveiding i Skogsvågen.

Deportations from Tælavåg 30 April 1942.

Tælavåg

16.06.2018

Tælavåg has a significant place in the history of the German occupation in WWII. The small community by the sea, where for centuries people had made a living from farming and fishing in harmony with the natural resources, in 1942 became the victim of German reprisals without their equal in Norwegian war history. The collection of war histories in Tælavåg provides us with a close-up of the dramatic events.

From Kvalvågstraumen

Kvalvågstraumen

11.07.2017

Firing position at Hesthaugen.

Vinappen

16.06.2018

Vinappen lies on a low hill to the very west on the island. Here you have an amazing panorama of the sea. Originally the area was grazing land for cattle, but this changed when the Germans occupied the island. Just before WWII there was a small bearing station, used by the Norwegian Coast Artillery in connection with exercises at sea.

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