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Roldal Stave Church, Roldal
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
Røldal stave church is a stave church at Røldal in Odda municipality, Hardanger, Norway.HistoryThe estimated age of the Church is generally dated to between 1200-1250. A baptismal font in the church is dated to between 1200 and 1250. A crucifix in the church dates from about 1250. The altarpiece by German painter Gottfried Hendtzchell from Wroclaw in Silesia dates to 1629.The Church has a rectangular-shaped nave and chancel. The baptismal font is of soapstone and dated 1200-1300 century. Bergen Museum holds a variety of building components and other artifacts from the medieval church. These include altar frontal and wooden sculptures of St. Olaf from about 1250, of the Virgin Mary with child from about 1250, and the Archangel Michael, dated about 1200. In the Middle Ages, Røldal church received large donations from many of pilgrims who flocked to the church. As a result, the small village where the church is located, became quite prosperous. In the 17th century the walls inside the church were richly decorated with paintings.During reconstruction of the church in 1844, some of the history of the church was uncovered. This led to an investigation to determine how the church was built. The resulting belief is that Røldal stave church was quite different from other stave churches. Some controversy developed about whether this is in fact a stave church or rather an example of the assumed predecessor type, a post church.Plan to visit Roldal Stave Church and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Roldal attractions using our Roldal trip generator.
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ロルダル村のスターヴ教会は意外と今風なのは四角い窓のせいでしょうか。屋根も木板ではなく石板を敷き詰めてありました。でも13世紀中ごろの建築なんですって！この教会には同じ時代に作成された彫刻像が数体あったのですが、現在はベルゲン美術館に保存されているそうです。Village role Dal stave church is a surprising and trendy square Windows fault? Roof is no wooden planks, there lay the tablets of stone. But is the architecture from the mid-13th century. Statues were created at the same time this Church had a number of bodies are now in the Bergen Museum of art stored it.show original
Krasny kostolik v nadhernej krajine. Vyrazali sme odtial na perfektny trip na trolltungu cize troli jazyk. Velmi narocna ale nadherna vysokohorska tura.Very nice kostolik in the nadhernej country. Vyrazali we are from the perfect trip to trolltungu access language troli. But it was very narocna vysokohorska tura.show original
Very nice to spend here some time and see and read how old this is, 1250 AD. Impressive to see how they build this and with the graveyard in front a place of serenity and rest.
Very nive Stave Church, especially on the inside. For Norwegian standards, the entrance fee is not too bad. And if you want, you can get a detailed explanation by the friendly and knowledgeable guides.
Beautiful and old wooden church. We enjoyed a christmas service here and felt very welcome and warm.
One of the best preserved stave church.
Small but nice church, worth a visit if you pass by with a reasonable entry fee of only a few NOK
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