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Karasjok Old Church

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The Old Church in Karasjok is Finnmark's oldest wooden church from 1807, the only building left standing in Karasjok after WWII – selected as the millennium site for Karasjok.

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    • wooden church
    • log church
    • cruciform church

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Karasjok Old Church

The Old Church in Karasjok is Finnmark's oldest wooden church from 1807, the only building left standing in Karasjok after WWII – selected as the...

Karasjok Old Church

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