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This church from 1780 is the second oldest church in the Lofoten Islands. It was easily seen from the main road. When we were there, the church members were in traditional dress doing a photo shoot as it was a Sunday. We didn't pay an...More
We paid $239.00pp for this Princess tour which was to include an inside visit to the church. They were apparently told that the tour was canceled and would not let us in. Not very Christian like. From the outside, not much to see here.
What a dear little church! Wooden of course, built in about 1748 on the site of an older church. The interior is pretty, it's small, and has a lovely painted hanging pulpit. We were intrigued to see our first circular communion rail around the altar,...More
This is the second-oldest church in Lofoten and one of the most interesting ones. Its shape resembles a Russian-Onion-church because the wood used in its construction came from Russia. Inside the church is very pretty and quite different from other Norwegian churches. Some old artifacts...More