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Grimstad Church was built in 1880.

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Grimstad Church was built in 1880. With its 1150 seats, it is one of the largest wooden churches in the country.

Grimstad Church
Kirkeheia, Grimstad
Tel: + 47 37 09 01 00
www.grimstad.kirken.no

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Grimstad kirke

Grimstad kirke

Grimstad Church was built in 1880. With its 1150 seats, it is one of the largest wooden churches in the country. Grimstad Church Kirkeheia,...

Grimstad kirke

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