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Aremark

Aremark Church

The church of Aremark is from 1861. It's made of bricks and has 400 seats. The arcitect is P.H. Holtermann....
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Askim

Askim Church

Timber church constructed in 1877 - 78 according to a draft by then mayor A.C. Furuholmen. The main part of the altarpiece is an oil-painting on...
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Eidsberg

Eidsberg Church

This church is known as the “Østfold Cathedral". It was erected in the second half of the 13th century. It burned down in the 1400s and has since...
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Hobøl

Hobøl Church

The church is considered to be one of Norway's best preserved medieval churches. The church was built in granite in Romanesque style at the end of the...
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Trøgstad

Cultur Aksen, Trøgstad

The Kultur Aksen in Trøgstad consists of: • Trøgstad Church, stone church from the 1200s • Trøgstad Museum. See separate advertisement •...
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Ørje

Rødenes Church, Marker

The medieval Rødenes church is beautifully situated on a headland in the northwest of Lake Rødnessjøen. It was probably built in the 1200s. Between...

Mysen

Høytorp Fortress, Mysen

Experience Norway's biggest inland fortress, built between 1912 - 1918. The fort took part in the defence against the German forces in April 1940....
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Spydeberg

Spydeberg Church

The districts' main church dates from 1844. Most of the building material used was stone from the old medieval church which stood on the same site....
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Spydeberg

Hovin Church, Spydeberg

It's not possible to time frame the first church, but we presume that it was built some 1000 years ago. Excavation shows that there has been several...
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Skiptvet

Skiptvet Church

Medieval stone church with a characteristic silhouette due to the inward-sloping ridge turret above the nave. The church was devastated by fire in...
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