The Nordsjøfart museum offers a in dept look at a specific horrific event during WWI were the Germans eradicated a the small fishing village of Telavåg after it was discovered that the resistance was using it as a staging area. In addition to displays, the museum shows a movie on the tragic event (w/english subtitles)
In addition it holds a display on the secret traffic of agents and supplies across the North Sea from the Shetland Islands, and the most famous skipper Leif Larsen
It is a small but interesting and very informative museum. The Museum provides a Audio guide and has a small cafeteria. It is also a beautiful area to visit, less than a hour drive from Bergen city
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