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- Spend some time to reflect here and just relax.In a great peaceful setting.Many people have started and finished their lives here.Mystical really.Written August 9, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- To visit this wonderful NEW church placed beautifully in nature outskirts Inside it must be xperienced - full of grace and piety during thought and things done The roof has a bow of colored glas that moves during service The Christ protects and prays the people and the ChristeningBowl contains millions of stars
Visit!!!!!Written July 3, 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- One of two beautiful churches in Risor, as pretty on the inside as it is on the outside.
Well worth a visit. Take lots of pictures.
The grounds and the stones are also very interesting.Written August 27, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a very special find. History and facts come alive when the guide we had stood up on the pulpit and told stories!! Wish it was available to view more often as we tried to take other friends another time and it wasn't a ailableWritten April 14, 2019
- Just like the Oddernes church, this one is one of the most beautiful and historically interesting churches of the south. It's quite hard to visit without a car, and I don't even know if its open for tourists, but one sure can attend sunday services. I would recommend for tourists to visist Oddernes Church if you don't have unlimited time on your hands.Written February 12, 2017
- If you are here between the end of June and mid-August, this church is a must-see! From the outside it seems quite simple, but the inside is fabulous!Written August 29, 2017
- This is Norway's largest wooden church, and one of the largest wooden buildings in the country. Construction work started after the city fire in 1810, and the church was opened for service in 1821. There is a nice churchyard surrounding the building.Written May 12, 2013
- Very beautiful church with a good akustikk. Beautifully decorated and the right place to have a concert.Written February 4, 2018
- We stopped by on our way out of town and the church did not disappoint. You can almost feel like you are stepping back in time when you enter places like this. The old wood, paint, rocks and creaking floor boards add that sense of age and beauty. The history and manicured gardens make for a great stop and to step back in time to a more simpler world. Do remember that it is an old church, be respectful and enjoy the surrounds.Written January 26, 2018
- unlike a lot of churches throughout the world, many of the churches in Norway are not open all the time. We hiked up the hill to see this very pretty structure and toured around the exterior but it was not open on the day we were there. Overall, this is a very cute little village and loads of cute shops and handicrafts for sale in the town square.Written July 25, 2018
- We got married at this church in 2006.
We chose this church because of its intimacy and nice location. The inside is really special and differs from others.
For visitors I believe the location of the church might be just as interesting as the inside.
This is free and just worth a visit if you are near by.Written September 14, 2017