St. Margaret's Church

Oslo, Norway

St. Margaret's Church was a stone church built in the 13th century. It is now a ruin, but the ruin underwent a restoration in 1934, and is today the best preserved medieval buildings next to the Old Aker Church. The church is named after Margaret of Antioch.

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Maridalsveien 496, Oslo, Norway
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Founded: 13th century
Category: Ruins in Norway

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en.wikipedia.org

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Charlotte (2 years ago)
Beautiful church.
Pontus Tveit (3 years ago)
Good location, and friendly priest.
Mike Chabot (3 years ago)
Not worth visiting as a tourist unless you are really into churches.
ANCHAL AGRAWAL (3 years ago)
A beautiful ancient place , situated cosily and closely near the city centre
Sabine Zuther (4 years ago)
Schöner schwedischer Weihnachtsbasar, stündliche Konzerte in der Kirche, einladender Pastor, selbstgebackene Köstlichkeiten, Smørbrød und Getränke. Gratis Gløgg und Kekse vorm Eingang. Klein aber fein!
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