Idd church was built around the year 1100. It was badly damaged in an earthquake on Sunday, 23 October 1904. The earthquake occurred in the middle of church time, and the church was full of people, but no one was injured. In 1922 it was fully restored.



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Riksveg 22 60, Halden, Norway
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Founded: c. 1100
Category: Religious sites in Norway


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Stein Erik Bjerregaard (13 months ago)
Hosted there for the last 15 years, and has held many positions there. A wonderful place to belong. There I have my sisters and brothers ♥ ️
Linda Karungi (15 months ago)
Very calm and lovely place to be
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