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  1. Nissum Bredning

    Photo:Charlotte Boje H. Andersen Oktober 2006 ©Museet for Thy og Vester Hanherred
    Photo:Charlotte Boje H. Andersen Oktober 2006 ©Museet for Thy og Vester Hanherred
  2. Jernalderleden langs Sørlandskysten

    Photo:Linn Knudsen 2003 ©Fylkeskonservatoren i Vest-Agder
    Photo:Linn Knudsen 2003 ©Fylkeskonservatoren i Vest-Agder
    Photo:ingen ukjent ©ingen
  3. The Great Peak Fault

    For nearly 200 years geologists have debated about the great geological fault that occurs at Ravenscar and which has such a dramatic impact on the landscape. This major dislocation of the strata has given rise to several different interpretations over the years. Have we now reached the truth?
    Photo:Alan Staniforth 2004 ©Alan Staniforth
    Photo:Alan Staniforth 2004 ©Alan Staniforth
    Photo:Alan Staniforth 2006 ©NYM National Park
  4. Dinosaur Footprints

    160 million years ago, dinosaurs walked where we walk today! It is now well over 100 years since the first dinosaur footprints were discovered on the Yorkshire coast. Since that time many more prints have been found at numerous locations along the coastline and at inland exposures.
    Photo:Alan Staniforth Februar 2005 ©Alan Staniforth
    Photo:Alan Staniforth 2005 ©Alan Staniforth
    Photo:Alan Staniforth 2005 ©Alan Staniforth
  5. Kilen, a nature reserve

    The fjord arm known as Kilen, which cuts deep into the landscape west of Struer, was formed as a subglacial stream trench by the meltwater that flowed powerfully under the ice during the last Ice Age.
  6. Spangereidet

    The flat little strip of land that makes the Lindesnes peninsula part of the mainland takes its name from its ancient function as a crossing point for ships and boats. An isthmus can be defined as "the shortest land route between two watercourses". The expanse of just under 2 km between Njerve on the southeast side and Høllebukta on the north side of the isthmus separates the long Lenesfjord from the sea to the south.
    Photo:Tegning 2005 ©Ingen
    Photo:Ukjent 1784 ©Ukjent
    Photo:Kart - Frans Arne Stylegar 1999 ©Frans Arne Stylegar
  7. The heathlands of western Lista

    Up until the Second World War, heathlands dominated the landscape of Western Europe, especially around the North Sea. Maintenance of the heathlands was the basis for having animals out grazing all year round along the coastline. As well as being year-round pasture for sheep, the heather also provided good conditions for honey production. On Lista, farmers still burn-beat the old heathlands, just like it has been done for almost 5,000 years along the whole western coast of Europe.
    Photo:Linn Knudsen 2004 ©Fylkeskonservatoren i Vest-Agder
    Photo:Linn Knudsen 2004 ©Fylkeskonservatoren i Vest-Agder
    Photo:Linn Knudsen 2004 ©Fylkeskonservatoren i Vest-Agder
    Photo:Ukjent 2002 ©Fylkeskonservatoren i Vest-Agder
    Photo:Ukjent 2002 ©Fylkeskonservatoren i Vest-Agder
  8. Leirvik

    Photo:Alf Magne Veivåg 2002 ©Hordaland fylkeskommune
  9. Briseid

    In the very heart of Herad is the old church settlement of Briseid. The farm and church are situated in the centre of the isthmus between Sande in the north and Log in the southwest. The isthmus has been a hub of travel from time immemorial, and Herad used to be a municipality in its own right.
    Photo:T.R. Holmen ukjent ©T.R. Holmen
    Photo:ukjent ukjent ©ukjent
    Photo:ukjent ukjent ©ukjent
    Photo:Linn Knudsen 2003 ©Fylkeskonservatoren i Vest-Agder
    Photo:ukjent ukjent ©ukjent
  10. Bulbjerg

    Photo:Jann Ribergaard - ©Jann Ribergaard
    Photo:- 1914 ©Museet for Thy og Vester Hanherred
    Photo:Charlotte Boje H. Andersen Maj 2006 ©Museet for Thy og Vester Hanherred
    Photo:Jens Andersen Ukendt ©Museumscenter Hanstholm
    Photo:Charlotte Boje H. Andersen Maj 2006 ©Museet for Thy og Vester Hanherred

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