Stavanger: Smoke signals from the old stone age cave to 21st century Internet destination:
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From smoke signals to 21st. century Internet destination
The wegde of the land that forms the southwest of Norway, from the wild and majestetic mountains to the gentle rolling hills enjoys a spectacular, varied and dramatic landscape. The patchwork green fields of Jaeren, the beautiful fjords, actually blue and green lights, spangled fjord lights or icy deep lights of Ryfylke is just like a new discovery. The light from the elegant nature offers an infinite variety of different landscapes and costal regions and a multitude of ancient and historical sites. The best known stone age cave in Norway is Vistehola some nine km. north of Stavanger, in the municipality of Randaberg. This is where our ancestors lived some 6000 years ago. Archaeological objects prove that the cave was inhabited from the time of the mass migrations around AD 500.
WELCOME TO NORWAY - LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN
Michael Holmboe Meyer