Juvstøyl Historic Farm, Lårdalstigen
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Juvstøyl Historic Farm, Lårdalstigen

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Juvstøyl was the summerfarm for Kleppo in Eidsborg. This was in full drift up to the 1900's, and was used for growing winter fodder  up to 1945. In 1954 a cable lift was built to transport tibmer from Juvstøyl, down  the steep hillside to "Flardingplassen" by the side of the fjord.

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