|Location:||At Litlabø, on Stord Island. North of Leirvik, between Leirvik and Sagvåg. E39, signposted.|
|Open:||By appointment, ask at Sunnhordland Folkemuseum. |
|Classification:||Copper Mine, chalcopyrite (cuprous pyrite) ore|
|Light:||Incandescent Electric Light System|
|Address:||Gruvemuseet på Litlabø, Sunnhordland Folkemuseum, Museumsbakken, Postboks 51, 5401 Stord, Tel: +47-5341-3899, Fax: +47-5341-3870.|
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|1943||attacked by partisans.|
This small mining museum shows displays on the history of local copper mining. The mine was commandeered by the German during World War II, and thus it was attacked by partisans in 1943 to prevent copper shipments to Germany. It is not possible to visit the mine.