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Blaafarvevaerket

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lom oppland norway - Google Search

lom oppland norway - Google Search

Skjaak, Norway | Foto van Grotli Hotel Skjak, Skjak

Skjaak, Norway | Foto van Grotli Hotel Skjak, Skjak

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Sinjarheim is a authentic farmhouse in the Aurland Valley in Norway

Photo of: Hvaler, Norge

Besøk Hvaler i Det beste innen Hvaler, Norge turisme - TripAdvisor

Uppigard Sulheim - Sulheim Host Farm, Norway  http://www.ton.no/no/sulheim-vertsgard Sulheim Host Farm is located in Bøverdalen Valley in Lom municipality in Oppland County - From THE ESSENCE OF THE GOOD LIFE™ - http://www.pinterest.com/LeneGede/

Uppigard Sulheim - Sulheim Host Farm, Norway http://www.ton.no/no/sulheim-vertsgard Sulheim Host Farm is located in Bøverdalen Valley in Lom municipality in Oppland County - From THE ESSENCE OF THE GOOD LIFE™ - http://www.pinterest.com/LeneGede/

finnøy norway | Finnøy, Norge: getlstd_property_photo

finnøy norway | Finnøy, Norge: getlstd_property_photo

Åmot, Modum. Blaafarveværket.

Åmot, Modum. Blaafarveværket.

Holmenkollen Park Hotel in Oslo, Norway. Built in 1894, this is a prime example of Dragestil ("Dragon Style") Scandinavian architecture (popular between 1880-1910)

Holmenkollen Park Hotel in Oslo, Norway. Built in this is a prime example of Dragestil ("Dragon Style") Scandinavian architecture (popular between Lovely breakfast here one morning.

Lom Stave Church, Norway(Photo: Micha L. Rieser/CC BY-SA 3.0)

Stave Churches Are All Wood, Dragons, and Beauty

Lom Stave Church, Norway: Stave Churches Are All Wood, Dragons, and Beauty

EGGEDAL MØLLE (1912) is the only water-powered mill left in Norway. Volunteers keep the mill going every weekend throughout the summer so that the audience can experience the grain-mill (1700) that grinds grain into flour and the Grim Saga (saw mill from 1900) that turns log into dimensional lumber. The house of Per Basol (1887) the local rose painter, authentic village school building from 1863. Exhibitions every summer.

EGGEDAL MØLLE (1912) is the only water-powered mill left in Norway. Volunteers keep the mill going every weekend throughout the summer so that the audience can experience the grain-mill (1700) that grinds grain into flour and the Grim Saga (saw mill from 1900) that turns log into dimensional lumber. The house of Per Basol (1887) the local rose painter, authentic village school building from 1863. Exhibitions every summer.

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