The church in itself isn't so rich in furniture or decorations but it worth a visit either you are Christian pilgrim or a lay tourist.
In the first case you can claim to have visited the oldest Saami church in the area (but I'm not sure that true Saami can be proud to have been Christianized, this is an oldest anthropological dilemma related to indigenous people converted to other religions) anyhow, this is an ancient Saami sacred place and without any doubts the site has a positive energy.
Historically speaking is well-known that old religious monument whenever possible always took over ancient sacred heathen places, not only to continue the influence over the people but also cause primitive people had a marked sensor to spot such an energetic place. They had a deep bond with nature and its healing powers....I suggest you visit this place with a clean heart and receive healing energy to bring with you in the daily life... I and my colleague visited this place last July during the shooting of a short film along the Midnight Sun Road, a route that from Piteå (Sweden coast) reach Nordkapp in Norway crossing several villages, all lit by the midnight sun...We had short guided visit of the church that you can watch in the video published on youtube and among the photo and video resources here in tripadvisor.
In its simplicity the church has a lot to tell to any visitor. Don't miss it!
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