Strinda Church

Trondheim, Norway

Strinda Church was built in 1900 and consecrated on 18 October 1900. The Neo-Gothic church has 500 seats.

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Founded: 1900
Category: Religious sites in Norway

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Åse Hågård Ølmheim (3 years ago)
Church concert, with Jonsvatnet Brassband, Solbakken and Vikåsen Brass and Choir from Heimdal
Kenneth (3 years ago)
Beautiful nave church from 1900. My daughter was baptized here. Nice tower with great details
Bodil Thomassen (3 years ago)
Maintained nice church.
Nils Witzøe (3 years ago)
Good and warm on a cold day. Good with Covid-19 measures
Elin Sivertsen (4 years ago)
A beautiful old church
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