The site where the house was moved to in 1958 and dismantled in 2017
The place where the house was erected in 1914 and moved back to in 2018
Here in Skjolden at the entry of Sognefjorden, which is the longest fjord in Norway, totaling 205 kilometres, Wittgenstein arrived by boat from Bergen during his travel to Norway in 1913.
“I do believe that it was the right thing for me to come here, thank God. I can’t imagine that I could have worked anywhere as I do here. It’s the quiet and, perhaps, the wonderful scenary; I mean, its quiet seriousness.“
Letter from Wittgenstein to Moore, october 1936