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Heddal Stave Church Portal 2012
Norway

The Heddal Stave Church in the province of Telemark has a length of 20 meters and a height of 26 meters, a masterpiece of medieval architecture (1275 - 1300). In Norway you can find many types of stave churches. But all this stave churches have a structural similarity: The roof is supported by a skeletal framework of free-standing pillars. Long, vertical staves disguise the building.

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Uploaded: 10/09/2012
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Tags: norwegian; norway; norge; norwegen; telemark; stave-church; stabkirche; heddal; church; wooden; gothic; cathedral
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