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The hayshed in Håvik, Bømlo

Outer Håvika

31.03.2018

Gjerde church at Etne

Gjerde church

18.06.2018

Grindheim church

Grindheim church

18.06.2018

The first church at Grindheim was a stave church with a free-standing steeple. The church was first mentioned in 1326, but was probably built long before this time.

Støle church

Støle church

18.06.2018

The stone church at Støle may have been built around 1160 probably as a private chapel for the mighty Stødle clan. It is likely that it was Erling Skakke, the king’s representative and father of king Magnus Erlingsson, who built the church.

Strandflat and scree by land

Landa

19.06.2018

Smedholmen, Fitjar

Smedholmen

30.03.2018

Ådlandsstova, as it stood at Nedre Ådland, Stord

Ådlandsstova

31.03.2018

The Ådland house is one of the biggest medieval houses still existing in West Norway. It is constructed from unusually large, hard fir wood, beautifully oval-cut. One story links the cottage to the Gildeskålbakken at Orninggård (Lower Ådland); thus indicating that the cottage has been the medieval banqueting hall. The building has been dated back to the 13-1400s by carbon dating.

Boat bow of oak shaped like an animal head.

Dalland

19.06.2018

The main house at Nedrevåge, Tysnes

Nedrevåge

19.06.2018

Vågsbygdo was severely hit by landslides and rock falls in the decades around 1700, in addition, the rivers transported masses of loose sediment, both large stones and gravel. A lot of what slid down from the Vågsliene (slopes at Våg) collected in Neravåge. It was so bad that the damage “never again can be remedied or restored”, it was said in 1670.

Onarheim

19.06.2018

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