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Standing inside Skálholtdómkirkja (Iceland)
Iceland

Skálholtdómkirkja is the icelandic term for 'Cathedral of Skálholt'. It was errected between 1956 an 1963. It is located at Skálholt, a site which hosted a bishop 800 years.

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