The history of Norway runs like a red line through our region. The Viking saga about Halvdan Svarte, who drowned in the Randsfjorden lake; pilgrims; Christopher Blix Hammer, the father of aquavit; clergy and travellers – many have left their mark here.
Walk along the pilgrimage route St. Olav Ways from Hole via Hadeland and Toten and break for a rest at Granavolden or at the Peder Balke centre in Østre Toten. Here you can admire the paintings of Peder Balke, whose works were exhibited in the National Gallery in London in spring 2015.
Our many attractions are full of old and contemporary history, why don’t you come and explore?
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