Fon church dates from the 1100s and is built in the Romanesque style. It has 130 seats. The current bell tower was erected in 1839. Fon church has a pulpit from 1603 and altarpiece from 1633.

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Fonsveien 297, Revetal, Norway
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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Norway

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