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Borgund Laerdal New Church
Norway

This is the "new" church built near the stave church at Borgund.

Copyright: Mark Fink
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Resolution: 8192x4096
Uploaded: 12/08/2009
Updated: 04/07/2014
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Tags: church; borgund; stave; norway
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