Botne church was built originally in the 13th century and is dedicated to St. Nicholas. It was expanded in 1865 and restored in 1947. The Renaissance and Baroque style altarpiece dates from 1664.

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Founded: 13th century
Category: Religious sites in Norway

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Sven Eric Madsen (18 months ago)
Dette er en fin gammel y kirke fra 1674 som er godt ivaretatt
Tormod Backe (19 months ago)
Spesiell kirke formet som en Y. Kalles kultur-Y-kirken. Det arrangeres mange konserter og kulturarrangementer her. Kirken var nyoppusset i 2016.
Raymond Larsen (2 years ago)
Har blitt en Utrolig fin kirke etter restaurering og utrolig fin akustisk i rommet. Jeg har selv vært med å restaurere kirken i over 3 år. Absolutt en kirke som er verdt besøket.
Svanhild Dokka (2 years ago)
Helt spesiell Y kirke som det er bare 4 av i landet.
Anne Stryken Haug (3 years ago)
Vakker kirke
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