Allmannajuvet Rest Area and Museum

Sauda, Norway 2016

Photo by Fredrik Fløgstad, Statens vegvesen, May 2018. © Nasjonale turistveger

Photo by Lars Grimsby, Statens vegvesen, April 2015. © Nasjonale turistveger

Photo by Trine Kanter Zerwekh, Statens vegvesen, September 2016. © Nasjonale turistveger

Photo by Fredrik Fløgstad, Statens vegvesen, December 2017. © Nasjonale turistveger

Photo by Tonje Tjernet, Statens vegvesen, September 2016. © Nasjonale turistveger

Photo by Tonje Tjernet, Statens vegvesen, September 2016. © Nasjonale turistveger

Photo by Fredrik Fløgstad, Statens vegvesen, December 2017. © Nasjonale turistveger

Photo by Knut Wold, August 2016. © Nasjonale turistveger

Photo by Fredrik Fløgstad, Statens vegvesen, June 2018. © Nasjonale turistveger

Photo by Roger Ellingsen, Statens vegvesen, August 2017. © Nasjonale turistveger

Photo by Fredrik Fløgstad, Statens vegvesen, December 2017. © Nasjonale turistveger

Description

Allmannajuvet Rest Area and Museum is a project in the Norwegian Scenic Routes Program. The program seeks to facilitate the experience of nature and culture through architecture of such high quality that it can also become attractions of its own right. Allmannajuvet is a ravine in a rural area of western Norway that was the location for a zink mine in the period 1881 to 1899. The project was officially opened in 2016.

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Location on Google Maps

Norwegian Scenic Routes