Mikaelshulen, or " St. Michaels Church in the Rock ", is a cave on the east side of Norsjø, some 30 m above the surface of the water.
Masses were held there even after the Catholic era. There is said to have been a burial ground on the top of the rock above the cave. The cave may be reached by boat and on foot, but access is difficult.
The Løveid Canal at Skotfosss connects Norsjø by the "Fare Elva".
Skotfoss church is from the year 1900.
Rock carvings offer a unique glimpse of a long-lost culture.
The iron age-house at Aarhus in Skien was opened in September 2005. 14 senior citizens...
Henrik Ibsen was born in Skien on 20 March 1828 and his childhood home is just a few...
1500 million of years of geological history.
Christian burial grounds, cooking pits and "witches graves".
Gjerpen Church lies on the northern edge of Skien and is a beautiful romanesque stone...
Telemark Art Center is a center of competence for professional artists and crafts in...
Skien church was completed in 1894 after the great town fire.
Ibsenhuset is named after Skien's famous son, Henrik Ibsen.
M / S Victoria is known as the channel Queen and is regarded as Telemark's flagship. M /...
Welcome to the world's most beautiful channel, The Telemark Canal!
The Ibsen Steps were restored in April 1995.
SØNDRE BREKKE ESTATE in Brekkeparken in Skien.
Skien's oldest residential after the city fires in 1854 and 1886.