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Kristiansand Domkirke, Kristiansand

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  • Outside it looks like a grey cement castle - but once you get inside, its very authentic and peacful! I would recommend attending the local concerts here.  more »
  • Great cathedral. Worth to pay a visit if one is in the Centre of Kristiansand. With three pillars. Great piece of jewelry in the Centre!
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  • This church location was first established in 1645 as Trinity Church during the Reformation era. It is now one of the oldest church buildings in Norway. Major construction around it is now going on. T...  more »
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  • Beautiful cathedral at the heart of town, near all theshops and places to eat. Has small park just near so it's a lovely spot to check out when exploring around.
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  • Great spot
  • Turned up during organ recital. incredible sound. beautiful building.