Bø Old Church

Bø i Telemark, Norway

Bø old church was built between 1150 and 1180 in Romanesque style. The porch was added in the 1600s. There is a triumph crucifix from the 13th century, but the other interior dates mainly from the Renaissance age after Reformation.

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Founded: 1150-1180
Category: Religious sites in Norway

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johnny Berg (5 years ago)
Jens Robert Ellingsen (5 years ago)
The architecture and presence of this church lies on
Ragnar Tollefsen (5 years ago)
A well-maintained medieval church built around 1180, apart from regular maintenance is the church as it was in the 1600s, when a roof rider was built. The church and cemetery are idyllically situated with views over Bø and the surrounding area. Take a trip up to the churches in Bø, the trip is worth a visit.
Anita Vasvik (5 years ago)
Nydelig.
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