Nøtterøy Church

Nøtterøy, Norway

Nøtterøy Church is a cross-formed medieval stone church. It was built in the end of the 12th century and first time mentioned in papal letter in 1323. The altarpiece was added in the 18th century and it is painted by Jacob Lindegard. There are stone reliefs in the church wall, which probably date from the original church.


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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Norway


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J S (4 months ago)
En flott Kirke rolige omgivelser som preges av stillhet og etter tanke flotte gamle trær
Jørgen Øksenholt (5 months ago)
Stian Fimland (10 months ago)
Ett nydelig sted
Erlend Lund (15 months ago)
pretsen hadde ikke hår og var dame!
Eileen Raymond (3 years ago)
Pen kirkegård. Store majestetiske trær. Toalett på dagtid
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