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Båstad Church is a cross church from 1860.
The old church wqas stuck by lightning in 1996, and a new church was built in 2001 after the old model.
Bakker Gjestegård is suitable for all occasions, from wedding receptions to conferences, all year round.
Trøgstad kirke is a stone church dating from the first half of the 1200s.
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.
Beautifully situated on a birch-covered peninsula stretching out towards the lake Rømsjøen. Constructed in solid timber in 1799.
At first sight, a brick church from the 1800s but actually a medieval stone church dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
It's not possible to time frame the first church, but we presume that it was built some 1000 years ago.
Medieval stone church with a characteristic silhouette due to the inward-sloping ridge turret above the nave.
Sandefjord is an ideal cycling town with a flat and bicycle-friendly landscape where you can enjoy pleasant excursions with the whole family.