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Husavikurkirkja, Husavik

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#2 of 7 in Historic Sites in Northeast Region
Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Church
The Húsavíkurkirkja is an early 20th century church in Húsavík, Iceland. The wooden church was built in 1907 by Icelandic architect Rögnvaldur Ólafsson, who designed the building in line with the Swiss chalet style. The church hosts marriages, baptisms, funerals, and an annual general meeting.
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  • Gorgeous apt. Very clean & has a spectacular view & location. Walking distance to everything in Husavik.  more »
  • Lovely church next to the sea in husavik. If you are in husavik a must see. It’s like a little fairytale next to the sea. Unfortunately it was close at the time.  more »
  • just short stay in Húsavík Village which is small tour and the church is pretty but no time for further visit.  more »

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