Experience the prehistoric atmosphere along with a wonderful camping experience at the prehistoric village of Landa. The village is known as the ‘living museum’ as it has been an excavation site. Ancient houses of the Norwegian (dating back to 2000 years ago) are found here. You can get to know the lifestyle of prehistoric people with the help of these ancient building structures. According to the archaeologists, the ruins belong to the Bronze Age, Roman period and Migration period. You will findaround 20 old farms and pastors in the area. These tell how agriculture developed in Norway. Most of the houses marked with posts in postholes. If you want to explore more about this prehistoric village, you can come here with your tents for camping and stay nearby.
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How to Reach Landa - Prehistoric Village
- Buses 108 and 109 to stop- ForsandSkule
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