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Borgund Stave Church, Laerdal, Norway
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The Borgund stave church, located in Borgund, Laerdal, Norway, was built in the late 1100's and remains basically unchanged since then. Other stave churches exist in Norway, but the Borgund church has had no changes to its structure or major reconstructions.

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