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Panorama picture from Tingvoll Municipality in Norway




TINGVOLL

Fertile and lovely Tingvoll lies between the Halsafjord and the Tingvollfjord. The community has a varied shoreline of fully 163 kilometres and a tourist-friendly landscape in summer as well as winter. There are good fishing opportunities both in the sea and in freshwater lakes. Tingvoll township has approximately 3.150 inhabitants.

In Tingvoll we find the northernmost oak forest in the world. The municipality of Tingvoll is best known for its medieval stone church from c. 1180. The church is called "The Cathedral of Nordmøre" and is among the most beautiful of its kind. It is constructed in Romanesque style and has thick walls containing inside passages. The church hosts various cultural events throughout summer.