Rosendal is a port town in Norway, located on Hardangerfjorden's southern coast. It covers an area of approx 1 km2 (0,5 ml2 /280 acres) and has population around 1,000.
- Rosendal is approx 4 km (2,5 ml) north of Dimmelsvik and approx 10 km (6 ml) west of Folgefonna glacier (part of Folgefonna National Park).
- Town's main tourist attractions are Barony Rosendal (historic estate), Kvinnherad Church and Skaalurensamlinga (maritime museum themed on shipbuilding in Rosendal / technology and tools).
- Rosendal's economy is based on tourism and agriculture. The local shipbuilding yard Skaalurens Skibsbyggeri was founded in 1855 and constructed mainly sailing boats. In 1955 the yard started building steel-hulled ships, including chemical tankers.
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