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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Tom Strømstad (7 months ago)
Beautiful church ⛪
Aga Paw (9 months ago)
A beautiful place in all its simplicity. Wonderful atmosphere, wonderful worship.
霧子 (11 months ago)
November 8, 2021 is a very sad day. A girl, dressed and named as a boy, “C.J.,” as she was commonly known at Horten VGs school and by her local community, was yet another victim of the norwegian system. Every year, many other girls and boys take their own lives, after being placed in a "perfect norwegian foster-family", brainwashed by Janteloven. This isn't shown in the newspapers! Why did the case workers from barneverntjenester didn't care nor do they report the abuses she was going through inside that "perfect bonus-family"? She might be in a better place now, relieved! Rest in peace!
Andreas Herheim (2 years ago)
Cozy and intimate church. Lots of history in the walls here.
Asbjørn Tolsrød (3 years ago)
I'm just saying; Look to Andebu and Høijord churches "
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