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Nesseby Church

Nesseby Church Photo: Kjell Johansen
Nesseby Church Photo: Kjell Johansen

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Built in 1858 and fully restored in 1983. Adjacent to the church is perhaps the oldest chapel in Varanger, from the 1700s.

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Nesseby Church - Photo: Kjell Johansen

Nesseby Church

Built in 1858 and fully restored in 1983. Adjacent to the church is perhaps the oldest chapel in Varanger, from the 1700s....

Nesseby Church

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