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Torpo stave church, Al

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Torpo Stave Church (Norwegian: Torpo stavkyrkje) is a stave church located in Torpo, a small village in Ål municipality in Viken county, Norway. Torpo is located along Norwegian National Road 7, the Norwegian national road which runs between Oslo and Bergen.
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  • It's a beautiful and interesting church. It dates back to the 12th century. Excellent carved portals at the main and south entrances. It has 16 staves, some with carved capitals. Not much of the...  more »
  • A slight detour from Geilo to Gol but definitely worth it. Didn’t have time for the interior, which I believe is being charged at NOK 70/each, but the church from the outside is already well worth...  more »
  • Small,modest,beautiful....much more impressive than huge and rich religious edifices of some other parts of the world....

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