Kruke Guest Farm has existed as a settlement ever since the Viking era, and perhaps even earlier. The farm is beautifully situated in Heidal in Gudbrandsdal, Norway. Kruke has 20 old log buildings. 3 of the buildings stems from the 16TH century. The farm and the buildings are protected by a law as historical monuments. As a historical documentation of cultural landscape, the whole valley Heidal represents a rural community. http://www.kruke.net/4.html
These men are blowing in a wind instrument called Lur or Lure on a place called Nebbet in the valley Nærøydalen in Sogn county, Norway. The Lur is one of Norways oldest musical instruments and can be traced back to the Bronze Age.