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Buildings & Monuments in Kristiansand
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Have a leisurely walk through “Posebyen”, one of Northern Europe’s largest collections of charming, old, white wooden houses.
Sandra Svendsen's House dates from 1723 and is the oldest house in town, and one of the loveliest.
Vestre Moland church is a stone church from approx. 1200. Alterpiece from 1630 with paintings by Gotfried Hendtzschel. The church was extended into a cruciform church in 1797. Restored in 1966.
This is a timber house dating from about 1730, used for customs and excise from 1838. The building was listed for preservation in 1991.
The church has a distinctive style with its red-brick construction and a long glass painting stretching from the altar over the roof to the main door, with the motto "from darkness to light".
In the Chapel on the Wharf all visitors are welcome
Over 20,000 summer flowers in flowerbeds, flower towers, boxes and buckets in the streets, as well as 2000m2 of roses and perennials, adorn the centre of Kristiansand from May till late in September
Kristiansan's oldest fortress (ca. 1660-1797) and Northern Europe's largest quarantine station (1804-1914).
Cruciform church built in 1836. The older of the church's two bells was cast in Helsingør in Denmark in 1656.
Built in 1889. Neo-Gothic Swiaa-style. Open by appointment.