Walk along a digital ancient heritage trail in Rissa
Travel through 9,000 years
Along the trail at Refsneshagen in Rissa there are signs with information and QR codes. Scann the QR codes on the signs and you get the stories directly on your mobile or tablet.
You get information about how it probably looked like here at ancient times, how the sea level was much higher and about how people here lived and survived. More: kulmin.no
See ancient petroglyphs
Five thousand years ago a man was standing in front of the rock. He holds a sharp stone that sits comfortably in his hand. On the rock he carves a silhouette of a moose. Then he begins the difficult task of scratching lines deeper in the rock. Scann the QR code on the sign and get the story delivered on your mobile or tablet – films, photographs and text. More: m.kulmin.no/stykket
The Rein monastery
” ..My half brother was Duke Skule, the kingdom’s most powerful man while the young king Håkon was at the throne ..”
In the year of 1226 Skule was taken seriously ill. In a prayer he promised that if he survived he would build a stone church and a monastery on the farm Rein which he owned. He recovered and kept his promise. Today we see the ruins of the nunnery.
Along the digital culture trail you can experience the stories related to Rein Rein church and the Rein monastery. Scann the QR code on the sign and get the story delivered on your mobile / tablet – films, photographs and text. More: kulmin.no/reinskloster
The digital cultural heritage trails of Refsneshagen, Stykket and the Rein monastery are situated at three different places in Rissa municipality.
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Head to Rissa and experience culture and history of thousands of years. See boat builders in action at the Kystens Arv Museum, learn about author Johan Bojer and walk along a digital heritage trail.