Logtun Church

Frosta, Norway

The current Logtun Church dates probably from the 16th century, but there has been a church since the 12th century. It was left to decay in the 1860s when the church was completed. The restoration took place in the early 1900s. The altarpiece was made in 1652.

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Fylkesveg 66 10, Frosta, Norway
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Founded: 16th century
Category: Religious sites in Norway

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Schöne Kirche.
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