A kind of viola d'amore of the hardanger peasants in Norway, inlaid with mother-of-pearl and ivory.
He knows of a house on the hardanger Fiord, a house in a wood.
Relatively small has been the immigration from hardanger, Stersdalen and the vicinity of Stavanger.
My father sailed to hardanger, intending to dispose of his pelts there if he could.
We were to continue to Eida on the hardanger Fjord, in the same carriage in which we set out.
In 1890 they forced their way to the head of the hardanger Fjord in 60 N.
Let no one who tarries for a few days at Bergen fail to make an excursion to the Folgefonden, or hardanger glaciers.
This place has the reputation of being the fruit-garden of hardanger.
An edge of buttonholed loops with a picot in the centre of each bar as described on hardanger is also good.
The beautiful district of hardanger is particularly happy in this respect.