Norwegian Petroleum Museum
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For over forty years, the Stavanger region has led Norway's development as an energy nation. This museum explains how oil and gas are created, discovered and produced, and what they are used for.
The oil plays a huge part in Stavanger life and development. A must to visit this museum - please start with the film at the entrance.
To get to know Stavanger as the oil capitol of Norway there is a lot to learn visiting the museum, great to combine with fargegata.
The history of Norway`s oil adventure. This region is known as the Oil Capital of Norway.
This is a interesting museum showcasing Stavanger's oil history and all the technological development of the industry.
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“The three swords at Møllebukta in Stavanger's quarter of Madla is built to commemorate the battle of Hafrsfjord. The fjord is around 9 kilometres long, and is a so-called threshold fjord. It was at this fjord where 11000 Vikings fought in the Battle of Hafrsfjord in 872 AD, when Harald Fairhair managed to unite Norway in one kingdom. ”
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“Hamburger in Stavanger? Yessssss, absolutely at one of the best restaurants. Book a table in advance if possible. ”
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“Check if they have a concert on in the Fartein Vahlen Sal - concert hall. It has one of the best acoustics in all of Norway and houses also a pipe organ which has its own facebook page. ”
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“say no more- fantastic place- but a bit over populated! Last seen in the movie Mission impossible that came out in 2019.”
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