The Vantot Stave Church in Bergen is a very peculiar wooden church. All the building materials of the whole church are wooden planks. It has not decayed for a hundred years. The style of the church is very unique, a bit like a reduced version of the European-style castle. This is also one of Bergen's famous attractions and is worth visiting.
The stave church is also a very interesting place, the church is also a lot of scenery, all made of wood. This church is also worth visiting for Norwegian culture. Many foreigners come back here
The entire city of Voss in Norway was almost razed to the ground. Fortunately, Voss Church, the oldest church in the town with a history of more than 700 years, was saved from disaster and survived. In the past and present of the wooden church, the sense of substitution of religious art is too strong, and it is difficult to resist.
This church itself may be a museum. Because it is a wooden structure, it is still relatively rare. After I came here, I have a very old and vicissitudes of life, but it will give people a very kind, after all, I can smell it when I come here. There is a strong smell of trees.
This church ⛪️ is all wooden, and it was moved from other places to the present place in Hordaland County. Get off the light rail Fantoft, walk up 780 meters along a road on your left, and you can see it in a virgin forest
This wooden church is located in the Sogn district not far from Bergen. Take the light rail to Fantoft station and walk a few steps. I like this church very much. It is decorated with exquisite carvings and dragon patterns, much like the churches that have appeared in fairy tales.
Preston_Dominguez: Paradis, Bergen, Norway
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Fantoft Stavkirke,Fantoft Stave Church,The Royal Residence (Gamlehaugen),Stine Hoff Kunstglass EconoMuseum,Bergendal gard