Lindesnes, are responsible for primary education (through 10th grade outpatient health services, senior citizen services, unemployment and other social services, zoning, economic development, and municipal roads. 2, the 316-square-kilometre (122 sq mi) municipality is the 271st largest by area out of the 422 municipalities in Norway. 6 Churches edit The Church of Norway has three parishes (sokn) within the municipality of Lindesnes. Just outside Vigeland center is Valle Church, built in 1792. On this webpages you will find tourist information about Kirkenes and the whole municipality of Sr-Varanger. Kulturtorvet at Vigeland is Lindesnes new center of culture. Andersgrotta, used as a shelter during the war, is today a museum. The church has a painting from 1614 painted by Peder Claussn Friis which used to hang at the National Gallery in Oslo. The municipality of Lindesnes was created as a new municipality on fter the merger of the older municipalities of, spangereid (population: 899 Sr-Audnedal (population: 2,323 and, vigmostad (population: 589). With over 350 years of maritime history, the lighthouse is a well-preserved and interesting cultural attraction for both locals and tourists.
2 Coat-of-arms edit The coat-of-arms is from modern times; they were granted on The arms are blue with a white or silver lighthouse on the center. Kirkenes, located north east in Northern Norway about 400 km north of the Arctic Circle, is known as the capital of the Barents Region and the gateway to the east. You will need a license to fish in both river and water. It was built in 1655 on the Lindesnes peninsula. On the way out to the Lighthouse is the Children's Zoo (Barnas Dyrepark).
Audna is a popular river for fishing with possibilities to catch both salmon and trout. It is located in the traditional district of, srlandet. The river is split into several sub-zones. Lindesnes Lighthouse is the southernmost lighthouse on the mainland and one of southern Norway's most frequently visited locations. The site at Gislefoss waterfall is suitable for wheelchair users. The southern coast of Lindesnes is rugged and includes several fjords such as the Snigsfjorden and Grnsfjorden as well as many islands such as Svinr.