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Sølvberget bibliotek og kulturhus

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Make the most of your time on shore in Stavanger by getting back out onto the water on this guided boat tour. Sail into the Lysefjord to soak up the scenery of mountains, waterfalls, and tiny islands, and see such world-famous attractions as Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen). Also visit Vagabond's Cave, which legend says was named after a group of vagabonds who hid there; see goats at summer pasture, and taste clear mountain water from the Hengjane falls.
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enur1979 wrote a review Nov 2019
Stavanger, Norway396 contributions102 helpful votes
With so many private nooks, it is an ideal place for anyone needing a place to study or read. Check out the 4th floor, as it is the most quiet and often vacant area. On nice days, the rooftop patio offers a unique view of the city center not found anywhere else.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Brit G wrote a review Jul 2019
Stavanger, Norway332 contributions206 helpful votes
A great center with library, cafe, cinema and cultural events. Widely used by city residents of all ages, but also tourists can enjoy a free day in the city's cultural hall. Stop by, sit down, browse a book or watch an exhibition - enjoy
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Date of experience: July 2019
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enur1979 wrote a review Mar 2019
Stavanger, Norway396 contributions102 helpful votes
The fourth floor has large desks that are great to do most kinds of projects, and the users are more quiet than on other floors. There is also a newly opened cafe on the same floor.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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David D wrote a review Sep 2018
Devon, United Kingdom8,783 contributions1,548 helpful votes
Friday 7th September and we were strolling around and sightseeing in Stavanger and we came across this building. In fairness it is not hard to miss it sticks out like a sore thumb, it is in complete contrast to the old wooden buildings that are around it. This modern concrete building has the library on many floors, there is also a cinema, a gallery and places to eat and buy newspapers. It is definitely the cultural centre of Stravanger and appeared to be very popular with all ages Would not say it was a tourist attraction but it worth a look, found it all a bit strange, not like a library that we are used to.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Kristin Vestrhe... C wrote a review Aug 2018
Stavanger, Norway14 contributions13 helpful votes
The library and culture house of Stavanger is popular amongst young and old, and not to wonder. Its range of free activities, newspapers from all over the world, places to hang and discover books and magazines or just talk to friends, a wide range of music, board games and also guitars to let, in addition to several floors of books make this the welcoming heart of Stavanger. It is also here you find the city's cinema. If you are just passing by, it can be a good place to charge your feet and phone- lots of sockets, free wifi, small office cells to borrow for free also- without the claim of buying something. If you are staying in Stavanger for a while, make sure to pick up the season programme of events.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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