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The Geiranger Church is a lovely white octagonal place it sits above the village it takes 10 - 15 minutes to walk up the hill from the port. Simple inside wood interior and altar the town of Geiranger has about 200 people living there but...More
This lovely white church building dominates the town. It is easily accessible from the harbour via a short but energetic walk up the zig-zag road out of town. The cemetry grounds surrounding the church are well maintained and very pretty. Church was not open when...More
This little church is on the hill overlooking the Geiranger Fjord. The church was first built in 1450 but destroyed twice by fire. The current church was built in 1842 and seats 114. It is about a 10-15 minute walk all uphill from the port....More
We were hiking up the steep switchback road as far as we could go and ran across this beautiful little octagonal shaped church. You can go inside for a look. It is surrounded by a lovely and well maintained cemetery. Nearly every single plot has...More
A nicely maintained little wooden church. If you have seen a number of churches in Norway before, I doubt you will find it a standout - yet it is definitely worth to see. You do not even have to make a detour, since it is...More
Walked to this beautiful church. Reminded us of the Methodist chapels back home with its simplistic charm and upstairs balcony.
The grave yard is a credit to those maintaining it. Many graves indicated long livers with several people making it into their hundreds.