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Heddal stave church 2010
Norway

In the east of the province of Telemark directly on the European road E 134 stands Norway's largest stave church. Owing to their impressive size (20 Meter long x 26 Meter high) and the playful roof architecture Heddal Stave Church is also called wooden Gothic cathedral. The three-nave church with a raised center area rests on twelve supporting masts. The church was built of resinous pine.

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Uploaded: 09/09/2012
Updated: 25/08/2014
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Tags: norwegian; norway; norge; norwegen; telemark; stave-church; stabkirche; heddal; church; wooden; gothic; cathedral
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