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Apartment For Rent in Stavanger, Rogaland Norway

 
Holiday Apartment - Holiday apartment with 50 sq.m living area for 6 persons in the old town of Stavanger, in a quiet and charming street - 3 km from the beach - The holiday apartment is situated only 2 minutes walk from the centre of town 15 km from the nearest international airport: Stavanger Sola Airport Beach in Stavanger 3 km Ferry port in Stavanger 3 km Railway station in Stavanger 1 km Nearest motorway junction: Stavanger at 1 km The apartment is on the 2nd and top floor of a charming old house situated in the old town of Stavanger. The house is actually built in 1845, and it is placed in a quiet and charming street in the middle of Stavanger. Stavanger - the Oil Capital of Norway - Stavanger is world-famous. Stavanger – the oil city. Oil has put Stavanger on the map and given the city valuable experience as a venue for meetings. Those who choose Stavanger, choose a place that is used for major events and all they entail. Tourist attractions, culture, festivals and ...

Home For Rent in Skorge, Norway

 
Beautiful House - Rent this house for your holidays. The house is newly restored and offer high comfort, but is at the same time keeping its old ...

Bed and Breakfast For Rent in Norway

 
Norway House - Norway House was constructed in 1905 by contractor J.A. Deneen for Eugene E. Schmitz, which became the City's mayor under Abe Ruef's Union Labor Party ticket in 1902. It was during his period as mayor of San Francisco that Eugene E. Schmitz moved to his newly built and expensive home on Vallejo Street. On May 6th 1941, ship owner and consul Lars Christensen Sr. bought and gave the house to the sailors of Norway as a seamen's center named Norway House. Consul Christensen even guaranteed the running expenses for the first six months. The seamen's center was opened before Christmas 1941. Norwegian sailors finally had their own home in this part of the world, a nice residence where they could retire from hard work and strain at sea during wartime. Within the first year Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Märtha visited Norway House as well as several ministers of the Norwegian Government and the prime minister Nygaardsvold. During the second World War Norway House was used for ...

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