Hvitsten Tourism

Hvitsten is a former town in Akershus county, Norway, located between Drøbak and Son. It is the smallest town that has ever existed in Norway: In 1951 it had 76 inhabitants, and an area of just 0.07 km². Because of its size it could not be established as a municipality of its own, and it had to be a part of the rural municipality of Vestby. Hvitsten lost its status as a town January 1, 1964.


This warm abode of Hvitsten is a delightful place to visit in Norway. After your splendid visit to Hvitsten, you can proceed to an important near-by city of Oslo. Attractions in Oslo include Vigeland Museum And Park, The Viking Ship Museum, Oslo Opera House. Get in the character of the city, this city requires at least of 1 to 2 number of days of exploration.

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