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The westernmost village in Norway is the village of Florø, which was founded in 1860, is situated in the municipality of Flora. The municipality stretches from inner fjords where the mountains ascend to the glacier Ålfotbreen, to the outermost coast. The district offers wild streams and rivers, beautiful mountains and quiet lakes. In Ausevika, 30 minutes from Florø, lays one of the largest rock carving sites in Norway. Here you can see 3000-year old carvings. The site has over 300 carvings depicting both animal and human figures. The Coastal Museum in Sogn and Fjordane was established in 1980, its aim was to concentrate on coastal nature and culture both past and present, old boat houses and domestic dwellings were moved from various places in the district and re-erected in Florø near the museum. The waters around Florø are dangerous and exposed. Three ligthhouses were built in the fairways to the town at an early date, two of them, Stabben and Kvanhovden are now automated and unmanned, the third and the largest, Ytterøyane, is still manned. Divers are tempted to explore the abundance of shipwrecks in the shallow waters west of Florø.
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