The wreck of the British bomber in Bygland

On 8 September 1941, a 4 B17c bomber flew from England for bombing missions against German ships in Oslo. Unfortunately, one of the aircraft was attacked by two German fighters, and crashed in Songedalslia on the west side of Byglandsfjorden. All the crew perished and are now buried in Bygland cemetery. You can see the wreckage from the plane around Mele kraftstasjo, a trip that takes about 2 to 4 hours. The tour goes through beautiful Norwegian terrain and not far from the wreckage, there is a beautiful view from the mountainside.

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For our extremely solid economy and credit rating, we have once again received the prestigious AAA rating from Bisnode, Dun & Bradstreet.

· Tour operator: Risskov Autoferien AG
· The price is per person in a double room.
· The package includes final cleaning as a minimum.
· Save price is based on the hotel's own price.

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