The Dora Library is in the Dora complex, originally a submarine base from World War II. Dora has now been developed into a ‘Culture Bunker’ and archive centre. The Dora Library is a partner in the Dora Archive Centre, which also consists of four archival institutions and a museum.
An outreach team at the Archive Centre works together on a variety of projects, exhibitions and cultural activities. A physical exhibition is set up in the reception area every year, with a focus on topical events in the community. See the programme on the Archive Centre’s website.
Below you will find online exhibition made by, or in cooperation with Dora Library.
May days 1945
En bildekavalkade over fredsstemningen i Trøndelag. A cavalcade of photos showing the celebration of peace in Trøndelag.
Digitalt fortalt [Digital narratives]: Marit Olsdatter, aged 19, sentenced to death; Heroism at Florø; Male domestic help
The Digital Narratives website recounts personal stories from cultural institutions and individuals. The narratives are related to cultural heritage. The aim is to show the breadth of themes, narrated by a wide variety of storytellers. Online exhibition: Digitalt fortalt (in Norwegian)
The Dora Library
Opening hours 1 September - 31 May
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