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The Lom stave church was timber dated to 1158. The church is still in use as the main church in Lom. Inside the church you will find a large collection of paintings from the 1700s and a lot of beautiful acanthus carvings. Over time the church has...more
We didn't go inside because of timing with our other plans, but just seeing the outside was amazing. It was even more impressive once we read the information sign and realized how old it is. There is a nice area to walk down by the...More
Over the last couple of years I have visited all the 28 Stave churches in Norway as well as the one moved to Germany, now Poland, in 1841. Lom Stave church is among one of the nicest and most decorated. Fortunately for us the church...More
This was one of the 6 stave churches we toured on our recent trip in Norway. A large church by stave church standards and well preserved. Still used by the village of Lom (in fact we had to return later in the day for our...More
We visited this beautiful stave church while on a tour, so we didn't have a lot of time. Unfortunately there was a service on, so we weren't able to see the inside on the day we were there. Our tour guide told us that the...More
Beautiful church built almost 1000 years ago. Still in use, was a service on when we were there so could not get access inside unfortunately. Was a hot day so the wood smelled lovely.
There’s a museum with information about the building of it next...More
Norway has done an incredible job of preserving history. This beautiful old Stave church sitting in the valley is a fine example of the job they have done. History matters in Norway and it is amazing to me that you can visit a church that...More
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Depending on your age, they give senior citizens discount, I thing the admission was about Kr 75 or about $10. If you travel in off seasons the church may not be open. I have visited all the 28 Stave churches in Norway and... More
Depending on your age, they give senior citizens discount, I thing the admission was about Kr 75 or about $10. If you travel in off seasons the church may not be open. I have visited all the 28 Stave churches in Norway and also the one in Poland. However, I have only see the inside of a few of them. Regardless, Lom has much to offer, e.g., a terrific bakery, several good restaurants, an extensive stone museum and beautiful landscape. Norway is expensive but a great country to visit. God tur;))