Stavanger

The music pavilion by Breiavatnet Lake. (Byparken, Stavanger)

 

Stavanger

Pussy? Yes!
Ani-males …? Uhm… I guess not. But I love animals, though. Especially spare ribs. (Storhaug, Stavanger)

 

Stavanger

Stavanger

I guess this is a portrait of Piotr. He certainly looks like a Piotr. And as sad as a Piotr can be, but not forgotten. (Storhaug, Stavanger)

 

Stavanger

Street art on a monastery. (Storhaug, Stavanger)

 

Stavanger

The perfect types of houses  to grow old and die in. (Storhaug, Stavanger)

Stavanger

Stavanger

An old, scratched up Rolls Royce that have seen its better days. And God knows what’s in that trunk… (Storhaug, Stavanger)

 

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Wanna see more of Stavanger? I’ve already uploaded some of these on my SmugMug, but okay, why not..

We’re heading for a city region called Storhaug. A somewhat forgotten part of the city that I simply call “The Ghost Town”, that’s rumored to be a dumping area of students, social clients and misfits. But if you’re interested in old houses, like I am, there can be some stimulating sights to spot. And just as The Old Town, which is the most known tourist spot in Stavanger, the houses in Storhaug is over hundred years old and well preserved. The most of them, at least.

Storhaug

Storhaug

Storhaug

Hetland Church, built in 1854.

 

Storhaug

Storhaug

Storhaug

Storhaug

Storhaug

Fredrik’s, Stavanger’s oldest bakery. Born in 1899, died in 2019.

 

Storhaug

Storhaug

A main door with some carved demon-looking faces. Just beautiful.

 

Storhaug

Storhaug

St. Svithuns Secondary School. Built in 1918-19.

 

Storhaug

Storhaug

Storhaug