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Pass By: The Pomor Museum, Kaigata 2, Vardo 9950 Norway
The word Pomor is Russian and means "those who live by the sea". It refers to the Russians who lived by the White Sea, and sailed to Norway in the summer season to fish and trade with Norwegians. Pomor trading began in Finnmark around the 1700s. Vardø is called "The capital of Pomor".
Pass By: Steilneset Memorial, Steilneset, Vardo 9950 Norway
The Steilneset Memorial commemorates the trial and execution of 91 people for witchcraft. The memorial was designed by artist Louise Bourgeois and architect Peter Zumthor, and opened in 2011.
Pass By: Vardoehus Fortress, Per Larssens Gate, Vardo 9950 Norway
Vardøhus Fortress was built between 1733 and 1739, and remains almost in its original form. The fortress site forms an eight-point star, protecting many buildings within the walls. Vardøhus saw no military action until the Second World War. During the war, the fortress was used as an anti-aircraft site and POW camp before the German occupation.
Pass By: Hornoya, Kaigata 26 A, Vardo 9950 Norway
Hornoya is the eastern most nature area in Norway. Here you can go aground and experience ample bird life at close quarters.