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Baneheia, Kristiansand

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Baneheia is a recreational area in the municipality of Kristiansand in Agder county, Norway. The park is mostly known at the national level from the Baneheia case as the scene of a notorious murder of two girls ages 8 and 10 that took place in 2000. The area lies just north of the centre of the city of Kristiansand and it has hills, lakes, and forest. The Ravnedalen Park lies just to the northwest of Baneheia. The Baneheia area was given to the citizens of Kristiansand by King Christian IV of Denmark-Norway when the city was founded in 1641.

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  • With the proximity to town center, nice footpaths and small lakes where you can take a swim in the summer, Baneheia is a perfect place for a break from work, shopping or whatever you are doing in...  more »
  • Nice peaceful walk not many people around, once up the top it’s a fantastic view, The lake is beautiful.  more »
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  • Veldig flott turområde, med mulighet for bading.

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