White-painted wooden houses, so average of southern Norway. Flabbergasting, constrain roads. The conduit in the midst of town, and shorelines, boondocks and nature essentially outside the center. The town of Mandal is the encapsulation of the southern Norwegian summer. In the center of Mandal you can go out for a walk around to Uranienborg, a splendid and surely understood point of view. The name Uranienborg was given to the primary "kikkerthus" binoculars house that was worked here in 1862, as a recognition of the Russian ship 'Ingermanland' crushed at the float here in 1842. From here you can see the separation to Ryvingen, Norway's southernmost guide, and the vessels going far out to sea.