25/09/2013 36 Comments
As I said in yesterday’s post the woods at Fantoft also contain an example of one of Norway’s most prized cultural creations. Several wooden churches can be found at various locations throughout the country. Known as stave churches many of these were built in Scandinavia‘s early Christian period although almost all the surviving examples are in Norway.
Those of you who have followed this blog for a while will know that I posted on this subject before but the photos from Monday’s visit are far better as was the weather. Enjoy some unique Norwegian architecture…