Sagene Church

Sagene, Norway

Sagene Church was built in gothic revival style and it was consecrated in 1891. It was designed by architect Christian Fürst in neo-Gothic style. There are 600 seats. The altarpiece was made by the painter Christen Brun (1828-1905) and depicts the removal of Jesus from the cross. The octagonal pulpit, made of pine, dates from 1890. The church organ is from 1891 and the only remaining of Hollenbach organs in Norway.



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Founded: 1891
Category: Religious sites in Norway


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Ashley Wright (8 months ago)
Beautiful church, remember to look back at the fantastic organ above the entrance
LeeOne 2000 (2 years ago)
Uh dont believe In god but looks nice and good directions
Niklas Persson (2 years ago)
Nice church, the stories being told there though seems a bit made up... virgins giving birth and people living inside the belly of a whale and stuff ? beautiful building and location anyway!
Frode Torvund (2 years ago)
A nice neighbourhood church which is open and accessible much of the time and also hosts concerts and other events
Taras Buha (3 years ago)
Nice and calm place. Beautiful interior, big space inside, warm and pleasant. If you're somewhere around, you'd definitely visit this place. Also, there are green zones around.
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