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Flatdal Church

Flatdal Church is a timbered long church, built in 1654 on the site of an earlier stave church. In 1923 Bishop Bernt Støylen arranged for the crucifix, altarpiece and the canopy from the old stave church to be retrieved and placed in the church. The church is situated near the Flatdal valley district.


Hjartdal gamle kapell

Holm parish, built in the 1500s, was moved from Hjartdal to Nutheim in 1963. The building was restored back to the condition it mus have had prior to...


Sterke Nils-tunet

A collection of old timberlogged houses from the area around Seljord. Sterke-Nils was a well renowned man, famous for his enormous strength. Open for...


Kolbu church

Kolbu church is a cruciform church, built from timber with interlocking corner joints. It is the main church in the parish of Kolbu. Before the current...


Balke church

Balke church is the main church for the parish of Balke. It has an imposing position in the landscape and is visible from afar. Around 4,200 people be...


Alvdal Church

The architect behind the church is C.H. Grosch who has also designed the University of Oslo and Tromsø Cathedral. It was completed in 1861, and is a la...


The church at Sør-Fron

Kirken blir kalt "Gudbrandsdalsdomen", og er en åttekantet steinkirke fra 1787.


Totenviken church

Totenviken church isa long church built in 1896. It is relatively large, with seating for 400 people, including the gallery. The altar piece was made b...


The Aukrust Monument

Monument of Kjell Aukrust, Solan and Ludvig enjoying the views over Steijela. It was unveiled on the 5th of August 1989, and the artist is Nils Aas....


Spydeberg Church

The districts' main church dates from 1844. Most of the building material used was stone from the old medieval church which stood on the same site.
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