Ramnes Church

Ramnes, Norway

Ramnes church dates from the 1100s. The heavy stone walls are original except the northwest corner. The tower was erected in the early 1600s. The font was made in the early 1200s, altarpiece and pulpit with carved panels date from the 1600s.



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Ramnesveien 853, Ramnes, Norway
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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Norway

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Asbjørn Tolsrød (11 months ago)
I'm just saying; Look to Andebu and Høijord churches "
Edgar Gudem (2 years ago)
Nice atmosphere and nice christening
Per Arne Wold (2 years ago)
Probably nice but don't like it.
Leslie Orr (3 years ago)
Beautiful views. Pictuesque area where ancestors lived and worked.
Ragnar Tollefsen (3 years ago)
A fine medieval church built around 100. The church is idyllically situated with fields on all sides. The church is one of the many medieval churches in Vestfold. Are the interest medieval churches so stop to see.
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