The curved bridge connects the small island of Torget with the mainland.
Tårnskolen, the old school house was used to hold POWs during WWII.
Brønnøy Church, 1870s neo-Gothic stone church just south of city center. The choir wall and entrance date back to the Middle Ages.
Old Claus Jensen Organ, 1879
Our tour guides also entertained us with folk songs.
According to Norse legend, a giant troll tried to kidnap a beautiful ogress at mid-night. When she ran from him, he raised his bow to shoot her. The King of The Mountains, deflected the arrow with his hat. When dawn broke, the hat (with the arrow hole) became Torghatten. As we sailed away, we got to see the arrow hole.