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Høyjord stave church
Andebu - Norway

Høyjord stave church (Høyjord Stavkirke) is a stave church situated in Høyjord, Andebu, Norway and was built in the end of the 11th century. The
church was later removed once and rebuilt. Last reconstruction was completed in 1950. The church is also the only stave church which is left in
the county of Vestfold. The church is one of two preserved churches having a pillar or post in the middle. In addition tho this central post there
are 12 staves, all of which supports the building. Each stave has a unique design.



 

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does somebody know the Vang in Karpacz(Poland)
it is an exaple for best norwegian church. this one on the picture is beautiful but a little bit too simple.
i'll give 7 points
 

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oki said:
does somebody know the Vang in Karpacz(Poland)
it is an exaple for best norwegian church. this one on the picture is beautiful but a little bit too simple.
i'll give 7 points
The wang stave church in Poland yes. Thats the church which was built in Vang, Norway in the 13th century, and was moved to Poland in the 19th century. They planned to demolish the church, but instead they moved it to the mational museum in Oslo in pieces. They planned to put it up there, but it never happend. So instead they sold it to Poland.
 
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