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Litunet buildings


Li is located in the Suldal area, high up on a hillside on the southern bank of the Hylsfjorden Fjord, about 935 feet above sea level. This distinctive cluster of buildings, many of them old, was made subject to a preservation order by the state antiquities commission in 1973. The farm complex contains 13 buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries, which contain many old artefacts. The landscape is a typical of the cultural heritage of west-Norway. People have lived at Li right up until the present day, but farming there ceased several years ago. The Ryfylke Museum is responsible for looking after the buildings. A road was built to Li in 1972.