Probably the most interesting to visit in a lot of miles. A lot of small wooden houses around the temple. They served to sleep the believers coming from long distance, when horses (reindeer?) was cars of that time. Big church, with several centuries history. Nice from outside, and inside. During our visit the minister, a woman, was attending a baptism ceremony. We enjoy the emotion, but we only saw the entrance of the church...enough to understand the beauty of the temple.
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