St. Olf's church in Barischwanen is solemn and solemn.
The address on Ctrip is wrong, this church is located in the center of the town. The church is actually very small and was built in 1897. The earthy yellow structure allows one to see a typical English church at a glance. It is estimated that the residents of the small town usually do it for worship, and tourists rarely visit this place.
Never been, don’t know; no chance, buqul
This church building is a bit unique, and it has been around for some years.
In Norway, people’s belief in churches is much weaker than in other parts of Europe.