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Kvalsund church Photo: Kjell Johansen
Kvalsund church Photo: Kjell Johansen

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Kvalsund Church is a long church in wood from 1936, and was the only building left standing in the municipality after the Germans retreated at the end of World War II. The church was used for both housing and as a shop. Access to the church via RV94 in the municipal centre of Kvalsund.

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Kvalsund church - Photo: Kjell Johansen

Kvalsund church

Kvalsund Church is a long church in wood from 1936, and was the only building left standing in the municipality after the Germans retreated at the end...

Kvalsund church

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