Finnmark's oldest timber church, constructed in 1807, was the only building in town to survive WWII destruction.
Engholm's Husky, in the lodge bearing the same name, offers winter dog-sled tours. These are sometimes run by Sven Engholm, one of...
The Sámi Parliament was established in 1989 and meets four times annually. In 2000 it moved into a glorious new building, encased in...
This simple cafeteria in the centre of town serves up hearty local dishes and snacks, with daily specials (starting at Nkr175) including...
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Knivsmed Strømeng information
This shop calls on five generations of local experience to create original handmade Sami knives for everything from outdoor to kitchen use. They're real works of art, but stay true to the Sami need for durability, made with birch-and-brass handles and varying steel quality. Prices start at Nkr840 for a Sami kid's knife up to Nkr1840 for the real deal.
To get here, turn southwest on Route 92 towards Ivalo at the lower of two main roundabouts along the E6 in the centre of town. It's on your left after crossing the bridge.