Landa near Forsand - bronze age settlement
large settlement was here (also called Fossenmoen) for 2000 years from
1500 BC. Some buildings from various times have been restored, and the
outlines and structure of many other buildings have been mapped out.
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the last few years the site has been partially rebuilt, with plans to extend
Sunday is the time when you will see most activity, with demonstrations of old tools and techniques, amongst other things. Hopefully some signs will soon be available in other languages.
There are many good walks and sights near here, with Pulpit Rock (or Preikestolen) not far to the north, and views through Lysefjord even closer.
Rogaland county map(scale 1:200 000)
From Stavanger through Sandnes east to the ferry from Lauvvik to Oanes, then over the Lysefjord bridge, behind Forsand then turn left and park by the Kulturhuset.
Beside the Kulturhuset
Distance from Stavanger: 45 km
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Travel time from Stavanger:
50 minutes plus ferry time by car
Duration of the visit:
1 - 2 hours
OK, but the best bits are the wooden beam to walk on and the spiral stones to race around to the middle
Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen)
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