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Snorre's sagas of the kings mention the site where Harald Fairhair is buried. In the nineteenth century it was believed the place described by Snorre had been located. This is where the national monument of the unification of Norway was erected in...more
Haraldhaugen is the monument there is visit of people from the hole world. Around the big monument there are many smaller monuments, and the stone they are made of are from al the diferent parts of Norway. Thats the reson they are different in colors,...More
I went here one evening whilst away on business. Although I was relatively dark, the monument had lighting giving it a unique view. The area seemed peaceful and an excellent place for a good old strole. Wish I could have visited in the daytime to...More
Nice monument beautifully maintained the surrounding area is fantastic if you like walking with coastal foot paths where you can walk for miles. Adjacent to the monument is a camping place for mobile motor homes.
While there is nothing in terms of activities and such here at Haraldshaugen, then it is a place with some historic significance. And it is also a place that is located fairly centrally and within a short distance of downtown Haugesund.
The view from Haraldshaugen...More
Haraldshaugen, the national monument remembering Harald Hårfagre, the først king of Norway, is a nice place to relax, go for a walk or just sit and look at the sea. The monument is nice, but the view is fantastic. Only a few meters away, there...More
The Monument to Haraldshaugen ( Harald fair hair) is well worth a visit even though it is some way out of the town. It is a Monument to the King of Norway who united all the individual kingdoms into one. There are round the Monument...More
Pick up a leaflet from tourist office and follow the Heritage trail - about a 30 minute, easy walk from town centre. On a fine day there are good views along the coast. Interesting to see the monument erected to celebrate the millennium of Norway...More