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Sandvika church Photo: Kjøland illustrasjoner
Sandvika church Photo: Kjøland illustrasjoner

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Sandvika Church is a neo-Gothic wooden church. The church was completed in 1890 - the architect is Olaf Boye. The altarpiece from 1941 was painted by Mimi Falsen. The building belonged to the Pentecostal Church in Bærum since 1982. There is no cemetery here.

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Sandvika church - Photo: Kjøland illustrasjoner

Sandvika church

Sandvika Church is a neo-Gothic wooden church. The church was completed in 1890 - the architect is Olaf Boye. The altarpiece from 1941 was painted by...

Sandvika church

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