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Senjatrollet, Senja

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Specialty Museum · Museum
The Senja Troll (Norwegian: Senjatrollet) was a tourist attraction in Finnsæter on the island of Senja in northern Norway. It was completely destroyed in a fire on March 28, 2019. The largest troll statue in the world, it was the centerpiece of a family park associated with the Hulderheimen cultural center, together known as the Hulder and Troll Park. The troll has been given a wife, or crone (kjerring); inside both figures are an adventure park and other attractions.

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  • We were there when the central place - giant trolls - were burned in spring 2019. But still, there are some other funny spots, and first of all - museum shop/cafe/museum.  more »
  • If you want to take pictures of some ugly trolls this is the place for you 😆 an ok place to stop for coffee, the refill cup is included in the price  more »
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  • As mentioned in other reviews; the record-breaking large troll no longer exists. All that remains now is a little park with some smaller troll heads. There is a small souvenir shop that sells trolls and Vikings. To be honest: it’s not worth the visit anymore.
  • Unfortunatly the Senja-troll burned down about 2 months ago. But there are still a few trolls about.
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