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Sirdal Mountain Museum
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Sirdal Mountain Museum   
Sirdal Mountain Museum has old buildings from around Sirdal, and the museum provides a good picture of how the people of Sirdal lived in earlier times. You may also see a widescreen film from Sirdal, showing fauna and flora throughout the year. The film has a special focus on the southernmost reindeer breed in Europe, which is found in Sirdal. The exhibitions also has a focus on Mr. Thorvald Heiberg, who bought 100 000 hectares of land in let the European upper class get access to hunting here in the first part of the 1900s.

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Kvæven, in northern Sirdal. Follow Route 45 or Route 468 to Svartevatn (Lake) then, take Route 975 to Kvæven.
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Open all year
Jan 1-April 23: daily 9 am-4 pm. April 26-June 11: workdays 9 am-4 pm. June 12-Oct 22: daily 9 am-4 pm. Oct 25-Dec 31: workdays 9 am-4 pm.

Telephone:38379330 / 38379333
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Homepage: http://www.sirdal.kommune.no/organisasjon/sektor-helse-og-omsorg/kultur/185-sirdal-fjellmuseum-kvae
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