Explore interesting sights in Tromsø, Norway. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Tromsø, Norway.
1. SkansenBook Ticket*
Skansen in Tromsø is a fortification and is considered to be the most valuable cultural-historical facility in the municipality. The rampart is the only visible medieval trace in the city. The fortification has been built on an artificial island in Tromsøsundet, and towards the land side a stream ran down where Nordre Tollbugate now goes, and then has split in two to form a moat. The dating of the fortification varies from the 1000s to the 1400s, while the 1200s and Håkon Håkonsson's church building on Tromsøya have often been mentioned as possible occasions.
2. Hålogaland teater
Hålogaland Teater is a regional theatre serving the region of Nord-Norge, the northernmost of Norway. When established in 1971, it was the first regional theatre in Norway, and the first professional theatre in Nord-Norge. Many of its productions are staged in the regional Norwegian dialects. Although based in Tromsø in the Arctic Circle, where it occupies a modern purpose-built building, the theatre also tours the surrounding rural areas. The varied schedule includes a mixture of genres, contemporary and classic drama, and musical and children's theatre.
3. Italia 1928
The Italia was a semi-rigid airship belonging to the Italian Air Force. It was designed by Italian engineer and General Umberto Nobile who flew the dirigible in his second series of flights around the North Pole. The Italia crashed in 1928, with one confirmed fatality from the crash, one fatality from exposure while awaiting rescue, and six missing crew members who were trapped in the still-airborne envelope. At the end of the rescue operations there were a total of 17 dead and a number of survivors.
4. Elverhøy Parish Church
Elverhøy Church is a parish church of the Church of Norway in Tromsø Municipality in Troms og Finnmark county, Norway. It is located in the city of Tromsø. It is the church for the Elverhøy parish which is part of the Tromsø domprosti (arch-deanery) in the Diocese of Nord-Hålogaland. The church was built in its current location in 1974 and it now seats about 435 people.
5. Gåsvær kapell
Gåsvær Chapel is a long church from 1941 on the island of Gåsvær in Tromsø municipality, Troms og Finnmark county, Norway. The chapel was built by Gåsvær Church Association, which was founded in 1931.
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