Bratsberg Church

Trondheim, Norway

Bratsberg Church was built in 1850 and was consecrated by the Bishop Hans Jørgen Darre.

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Founded: 1850
Category: Religious sites in Norway

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Unni Sørå (7 months ago)
Offisielt sogner jeg til Nidarosdomen, men det var i Tempe kirke jeg satte mine barnsben. Det er ikke så "stivt og dystert" der som i mange andre kirker, og det er rom for både latter og applaus. Slik er det gjerne i de kirkene jeg har besøkt i utlandet,- vi klapper i hendene, vi synger og vi ler... Og det gleder meg at Tempe kirke nå synes å utvikle seg i samme retning.
Vigdis Blindheim (8 months ago)
Knut Billehaug (2 years ago)
Kevin Sorensen (2 years ago)
This is a beautiful old church well worth a visit.
ErTinGgggg (3 years ago)
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