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Lauvdal —  Village  — Country Norway Region Sørlandet County Aust-Agder District Municipality Time zone CET (UTC+01:00)  - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+02:00) Post Code Lauvdal is a village in the municipality of Bygland in Aust-Agder county, Norway. It's located along Norwegian national road 9 on the east side of Byglandsfjorden. The village lies six|km south of Bygland centre, to the south of the fjord. The population (2001) was 41 residents.[1] The lake Longerakvatnet is located about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) southeast of the village. The area has yielded numerous historical artifacts, including a silver-tipped spear now exhibited at a museum in Oslo. Lauvdal was once known for substantial cow and pig farming, but today features only two farms. Contents 1 Attractions 2 Notable residents 3 References 4 External links Attractions The Hagen crofter's cottage is located in the north part of Lauvdal. This was occupied until the 1960s and has stood unused since then. It is now part of the Rygnestadtunet museum complex. Notable residents Åsulv Lande, professor of theology at Lund University Gunvor Lande, doctor of theology at the University of Agder Vidar Lande, professor at Telemark University College and folk musician References ^ Statistisk sentralbyrå (2001) (in Norwegian) (PDF). Folke- og boligtellingen 2001, kommune- og bydelshefter 0938 Bygland.  External links Priority cultural landscapes in Bygland 2006 Hagen Crofter's Cottage Silver-tipped spear found in Lauvdal Coordinates: 58°47′30″N 7°49′0″E / 58.79167°N 7.816667°E / 58.79167; 7.816667