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Telemark - Landmarks

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The Sun Mirror (Rjukan)
Ranked #1 of 4 Landmarks in Telemark
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Owner description: A giant sunmirror is installed on the mountainside in Rjukan. Rjukan is a valley with high mountains, which result in no sun... more » Owner description: A giant sunmirror is installed on the mountainside in Rjukan. Rjukan is a valley with high mountains, which result in no sun during the winter. Dus a mirror is installed. It reflects the sunraiz and sends it into the market square in Rjukan. The sun mirror is now described as one of the biggest attractions in Norway. « less
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The Patmos Sculpture Park (Sauherad Municipality)
Ranked #2 of 4 Landmarks in Telemark
Category: Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks
Owner description: The sculpture park is situated near Norsjo at Akkerhaugen. This is Norway's first sculpture park for contemporary art. Most... more » Owner description: The sculpture park is situated near Norsjo at Akkerhaugen. This is Norway's first sculpture park for contemporary art. Most of the sculptures are replaced every year, and there is an annual opening event. Access: Sign posted on the RV360 at Akkerhaugen. Telephone (Cultural Affairs Office) 35958100. Wheelchair and baby stroller accessible, beautiful recreational area. « less
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Sea ​​Serpent Tower (Seljord Municipality)
Ranked #3 of 4 Landmarks in Telemark
Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Rikulv"s Stone (Tinn Municipality)
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Category: Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks
Owner description: From Kalhovd, the road continues to Lake Marvatn. By following a path along the eastern bank of Marvatn for about 20 minutes,... more » Owner description: From Kalhovd, the road continues to Lake Marvatn. By following a path along the eastern bank of Marvatn for about 20 minutes, visitors reach a natural cave or rock shelter on Hardangervidda. It is formed of three large rocks propping each other up and forming a shelter. People have lived here since the Stone Age and in the surrounding area there are many traces of their occupation. Here too lived the outlaw Rikulv. Rikulv lived in the Middle Ages and was outlawed after killing one of the wealthy farmers in the valley in a dispute over fishing rights in Lake Marvatn. Rikulv had several caves he used to hide in and the stone slab at Marvatn was one of these. It was here too that he was captured, later being beheaded nearby. Rikulvs stone can shelter up to 20 people and is a fine place to take a break or have a barbecue. Rikulv also had another cave. This is situated southeast of Kalhovd on a rock-strewn slope. The cave entrance is between some rocks on the scree and it penetrates deep into the mountain. You can descend into several rock chambers and it is said that when Rikulv fled into this rock-slide it was impossible to find him again. « less
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