This is just an average looking church in the main part of town, you'll inevitably walk past it if you walk the Main Street where you can appreciate it and keep going.
Arrived here on a Sunday morning and were able fortunate to enjoy the peace of the church as very moving communion service and baptism were taking place.. More like a parish church; delightful singing from the choir. Great atmosphere in this beautiful wooden construction.
A very nice exterior with plenty of flowers planted around front. The church sits perched on up the hill from the open market and overlooks the harbor in the center of the city. The church was not open when there so could not see the interior. Reminded me of churches in small town America - an important part of the... More
We visited many churches across Norway, and lit a candle for our daughter Caitlin that she find the career she wants. I recommend you visit this, and other cathedrals/churches in Norway.
We were passing mid-morning and popped in while an organ concert was on. Maybe it was for the Safa boat which was in port. Anyway it was great to be able to sit and listen to a really skilled organist putting the organ though it's paces.
I think this must be the only cathedral in the protestant world that is open on request! I found this truly amazing to read in the tourist guides. We were there on a Sunday afternoon - and the Hurtigruten ship had docked only a short time before and there were plenty of people around. And the Cathedral was locked! This... More
Having been to the modern Arctic cathedral (which is actually a church not a cathedral) we thought we should also visit the actual cathedral. Traditional building right in the centre of Tromso. Free to enter (unlike the Arctic Cathedral) and a very peaceful atmosphere inside. Quite interesting architecture in side, with some nice stained glass and other features. Worth a... More
Nice all round church made of wood with some lovely windows and a very moving graveyard area attached to it. Loved it when the early morning or late evening sunshine bounces off it.
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