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Viking stave church (Borgund, 13th century)

Viking stave church (Borgund, 13th century)

A wooden church built in the 12th-13th centuries, the best preserved of Norway´s stave churches.

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viking, Borgund, stave church, Scandinavian, Norwegian, apse, Middle Ages, ancient, Christian, church

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