The Historical Sjoegata Street, Mosjoen

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  • 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...  more »
  • On appeal this short but particular street, a stone's throw from the river and flanked by colourful wooden houses, is unspeakable. Looks like I was in another century, everything is quiet and well maintained, the play of light (solar and artificial) reflected on the paints houses enhance the charm of the reverbs data from snow. Highly recommended!
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  • Norwegian building culture from the 18th to the 20th century is preserved among other things on the street "Sjögata" in Mosjön! In summer it is a nice hiking in Norwegian Wood architecture, as tourists visiting the city gladly beser!
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