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Strikkhopping fra Vemorkbrua.

Strikkhopping fra Vemorkbrua.

The Vemork hydroelectric plant in Rjukan . The first plant in the world to mass-produce heavy water.

The Vemork hydroelectric plant in Rjukan . The first plant in the world to mass-produce heavy water.

Landmarks and Buildings in Rjukan,  (precise location place map here:) - a photo by Marek km2bp

Landmarks and Buildings in Rjukan, (precise location place map here:) - a photo by Marek km2bp

"Blåbæret" - en av to vogner på Krossobanen.

"Blåbæret" - en av to vogner på Krossobanen.

Hardangervidda National Park Centre

Hardangervidda National Park Centre

The Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum at Vemork, Norway - awesome place to learn about the heroes of Telemark  Photo: Ove Bergersen

The Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum at Vemork, Norway - awesome place to learn about the heroes of Telemark Photo: Ove Bergersen

The first power station was built at Vemork, then (1911) the biggest in the World, near the Rjukan Waterfall. It is now an industry museum. During World War II heavy water was produced her, actually as a byproduct of the water (lye) electrolysis. Did you see the film "Heroes of Telemark", staring Kirk Douglas, showing saboteurs blowing up the factory in February 1943

The first power station was built at Vemork, then (1911) the biggest in the World, near the Rjukan Waterfall. It is now an industry museum. During World War II heavy water was produced her, actually as a byproduct of the water (lye) electrolysis. Did you see the film "Heroes of Telemark", staring Kirk Douglas, showing saboteurs blowing up the factory in February 1943

Vemork: hydroelectric power plant outside Rjukan in Tinn, Norway. The plant was built by Norsk Hydro and opened in 1911, its main purpose being to fix nitrogen for the production of fertilizer. Vemork was later the site of the first plant in the world to mass-produce heavy water developing from the hydrogen production then used for the Haber process. During World War II, Vemork was the target of Norwegian heavy water sabotage operations.

Vemork: hydroelectric power plant outside Rjukan in Tinn, Norway. The plant was built by Norsk Hydro and opened in 1911, its main purpose being to fix nitrogen for the production of fertilizer. Vemork was later the site of the first plant in the world to mass-produce heavy water developing from the hydrogen production then used for the Haber process. During World War II, Vemork was the target of Norwegian heavy water sabotage operations.

Everydaybergen: Askoy Bridge

Everydaybergen: Askoy Bridge

Preikestolen, Norway

Preikestolen, Norway

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