4 Monuments in Norway that you should visit - With photos & details

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4 Monuments to explore in Norway

The country has the fourth-highest per capita income in the world. It has the world's largest sovereign wealth fund, with a value of US$1 trillion. Norway has had the highest Human Development Index ranking in the world since 2009, a position also held previously between 2001 and 2006.

Barony RosendalBaronivegen 60, 5470 Rosendal, Norway

Barony Rosendal is a historic estate and manor house situated in Kvinnherad in Norway.

Fetsund BoomsLundveien 3, 1900 Fetsund, Norway

The Fetsund Booms are a Norwegian national cultural heritage monument, and they are preserved as an outstanding cultural heritage and a living museum with workshops for traditional crafts, cafes, and museum shops.

HaraldshaugenHaraldshaugvegen 6B, 5515 Haugesund, Norway

Haraldshaugen is a countrywide monument in Haugesund, Norway. The monument turned into erected during the millennial party of Norway's unification into one nation beneath the rule of thumb of King Harald Fairhair. Haraldshaugen became unveiled on July 18, 1872, by using Crown Prince Oscar in reference to the only thousand 12 months anniversary of the Battle of Hafrsfjord. The monument is designed by means of Norwegian architect Christian Christie.

Historical MuseumFrederiks gate 2, 0164 Oslo, Norway

The Museum of Cultural History is one of Norway's largest cultural history museums. It holds the country's largest prehistoric and medieval archaeological collections, including the Viking ships at Bygdøy, a substantial collection of medieval church objects, and a rune archive. The museum also has a comprehensive ethnographic collection that includes objects from every continent, as well as Norway's largest collection of historical coins.