Coastal museum in Rørvik

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The new (2004) building of Norveg, the Coastal Museum in Rørvik, architect Gudmundur Jonnson. Sure, there are three 'sails'. Norveg shows coastal culture throughout 'ten thousand years' (which is close enough to the truth). The Nærøysund bridge is visible to the left.
(2008-06-07)

Coastal museum in Rørvik

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Bergården (left) is still a part of the Coastal Museum in Rørvik. Behind Nærøysundet with the Nærøysundet bridge (701 meters, main span 325 meters, clearance 41 meters).
(2008-06-07)

Coastal museum in Rørvik

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This time of the year the roofs in Rørvik that they haven't succeeded in protecting are littered with gull nests.
(2008-06-07)

coat of arms

Rørvik is the center of the island municipality Vikna. The coat of arms reflects the traditional fishing and fishing industry.

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