Hustad Church

Inderøy, Norway

Hustad Church was built in the mid-1100s. It is a preserved but no longer used as a regular parish church. Some unique aspects of this small church is that most of the interior items such as the pews are original, and the cemetery is surrounded by a wooden fence, the only such preserved fence in all of Trøndelag.

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Founded: c. 1150
Category: Religious sites in Norway

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Lars Forseth (6 years ago)
Kari-Mette Gjertsen (6 years ago)
Tormod Ellingsen (6 years ago)
Amazingly weird an interesting old church with a charming location. This is an important an fascinating piece of history and an off-the-path sight worth visiting.
Swethnag Padakandla (7 years ago)
Odd Terje Furunes (8 years ago)
En kunnskapsrik omviser som var god til å formidle kirkens historie.
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