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Notes on the Geography of Norway: Indre Sogn: Photo 18

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It's the Haugen farmstead, moved here from Luster, site of the stone church seen previously. It's late, dating from the early 19th century, and though it still has log walls, they are faced with sawn clapboards. The house also boasts large windows and castiron stoves, rather than the usual open fireplace. Despite the relative wealth of this household, 14 people lived in the house in 1913. It remained inhabited until the 1960s.

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