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Built in 1959, the church is pretty well central in the town, and a good navigation point. Like many northern Scandinavian churches it is functional and with understated decoration. Certainly worth a visit for the whole picture of Kirkenes
From my room I can see the church, a rather tall structure near the city center so one can’t miss it. Didn’t manage to see the interior but from the exterior it looked simple and rather elegant. Interestingly I used this landmark to monitor the...More
The church is quite a size with a tall tower topped with a wooden section. It is easily seen near to the centre of town. Inside are rows of green pews, paintings on the walls and an unusual cross above the altar.
There is a...More
The church has a typical architecture of the northern churches. It is in the center of the lower Kirkenes and the construction gave the name to the city. Only the church spire is the original one, because it survived to the war bombs of 1944.