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The area around the Sjoegata street in Mosjoen town center is historical. By building, living, shopping and working in the Sjoegata street, people are making history there every day, too, just as they did in the old days. The old buildings in the...more
This town is geographical centre of Norway. It is absolutely charming. The town is flat and spread out, there is a main square and a few shops and offices. But the beautifully preserved homes, the pride with which the locals dress their windows and doors...More
Strolled through here with our German shepherd before having dinner at one of the many excellent restaurants, Nano. What a gem in this small town, with quaint wooden houses being host to restaurants, galleries, and shops. A sniffing’ good time for canines and two-legged companions,...More
It’s amazing that they’ve managed to preserve a whole street of houses originally full of businesses in old times (19th Century).
There are new businesses, cafes and private dwellings filling the street today, and it’s very charming.
It’s worth a detour just to get a...More
The wooden buildings along the river are former warehouses of the tradesmen, farmers and seamen in which goods were stored for shipment or transit. The 18th and 19th century buildings give a feeling of importance of the city of Mosjoen.
Sjøgata in Mosjøen consists of Northern Norway's longest series of wooden houses and boathouses from the 1800s. The colorful houses are a delight for the camera lens. Shops, artists, cafés and museum invites to a relaxing visit.