7882 Nordli, Norway
About Lierne nasjonalpark
The National Park is mostly made up of lowland areas, with the exception of the Hestkjølen massif with peaks as high as 1300 masl. There are some marshland and forested areas also. The landscape in the park is one large exhibition of how the ice age changed and affected the area thousands of years ago. It is unique in Norway with thick moraine deposits, many different types of soil, rogen moraine, drumlins and more.
Attractions near Lierne nasjonalpark
tiklestad National Cultural Center, abbreviated SNK, is a museum at Stiklestad in Verdal in Nord-Trøndelag. It is a national hub institution with special responsibility for disseminating knowledge about Olav the Holy, the Battle of Stiklestad, and the part of Norwegian history that is linked to the events at the site.
The monastery ruins are in a remote and peaceful location, which is typical of Cistercian monasteries. The only part of the monastery that is still visible today is the church, which was built from stone. The monastery was probably established by English monks during the last half of the 12th century. Munkeby was one of four Cistercian monasteries in Norway in the Middle Ages.
The Falstadsenteret in Levanger is a museum, war memorial, and human rights center.In addition to permanent and temporary exhibitions, there is a huge collection of photos from WW II and the initial period after the liberation.
Hegra Fortress is a small mountain fortress in the village of Hegra in the municipality of Stjørdal in Trøndelag county, Norway. Originally known as Ingstadkleiven Fort, it was built between 1908–1910 as a border fort as a defense against the perceived threat of a Swedish invasion.
Skarvan and Roltdalen National Park represent a virtually untouched area of mountain and forest, typical for the region. It is one of the largest areas in Trøndelag that is not affected by major infrastructure development and contains several interesting cultural monuments, especially connected to millstone production.
Nerskogen Chapel is a parish church in Rennebu municipality in Trøndelag county, Norway. It is located in the rural mountain village of Nerskogen. It is an annex church for the Rennebu parish which is part of the Gauldal prosti in the Diocese of Nidaros. The red, wooden church was built in a long church style in 1962 by the architect John Egil Tverdahl. It was consecrated on 2 September 1962 by Bishop Tord Godal. The church seats about 110 people and it has about 13 services per year.
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