Built in the year 1957, the Molde Domkirke is one of the most beautiful standing structures in the city of Molde. The church is built in stone that reflects on the modern type of architecture that began in Norway post World War II. One of the chief attraction of the place, apart from its beautiful altar is the organ, which is often played during services or concerts. The parish of the church also conducts regular baptisms and weddings here. The Molde Domkirke demands a visit from all those touring the city.
Built in the year 1966, the Radhuset or the town hall constructed in concrete and glass, adorns the center of the city. The hall has the fountain called 'The Rose Maiden Fountain' that welcomes the visitors as they step in. The hall operates as a municipal building and the halls within are used to conduct official events and meetings. The place is open to the visitors for a few hours regularly and the entry is free. If you are exploring the city, a look at the Radhuset is a must.
The Atlantic Ocean Road or the Atlanterhavsveien, in Norwegian, is one of the most iconic roads in Norway. Featuring a splendidly winding path overlooking the Atlantic ocean on both the sides, it is a part of one of the most photogenic landscapes in the country. Originally planned for a railway route which was never built, the Atlantic Road was established between 1983-89, after overcoming some twelve impeding hurricanes! A National Cultural Heritage sight and a thriving tourist attraction, the road curling over deep blue ocean with strong waves thrashing all around it looks right out of an intense painting.