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Telemark, Norway

Telemark, Norway

Old Grace Church in Massapequa, New York.  Massapequa is a hamlet in the southern part of the Town of Oyster Bay in southeastern Nassau County, New York.

Old Grace Church in Massapequa, New York. Massapequa is a hamlet in the southern part of the Town of Oyster Bay in southeastern Nassau County, New York.

Beautiful Places… Gloucester Cathedral, England

Beautiful Places… Gloucester Cathedral, England

Atlantic Highway, Norway

Atlantic Highway, Norway

I saw this and the first thought in my head was; "Oh look! The Burrow!"

Borgund Stave Church…

I saw this and the first thought in my head was; "Oh look! The Burrow!"

Lom Stave Church, Lom, Norway. They still have services here. I think getting married in a medieval church would be pretty cool.

Lom Stave Church, Lom, Norway. They still have services here. I think getting married in a medieval church would be pretty cool.

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Church...wouldn't this be the perfect place for a small Christmas wedding? Just enough space for the minister, witnesses, the bride and groom.

Church...wouldn't this be the perfect place for a small Christmas wedding? Just enough space for the minister, witnesses, the bride and groom.

Transparent Church by Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh

Transparency In Church?

Transparent Church by Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh

Borgund Stavkirke, Norway, by Kurt Muetterties | angioman1: Built sometime 1180-1250 CE (12thcentury). Its walls are vertical wooden boards, or staves, hence the name "stave church" (stavkirke). Several runic inscriptions are found on the walls of the church. One reads: "Tor wrote these runes in the evening at the St. Olav's Mass", and another reads "Ave Maria". These can be found at the west portal of the church. [Please keep photo credit and original link if r

Borgund Stavkirke, Norway, by Kurt Muetterties | angioman1: Built sometime 1180-1250 CE (12thcentury). Its walls are vertical wooden boards, or staves, hence the name "stave church" (stavkirke). Several runic inscriptions are found on the walls of the church. One reads: "Tor wrote these runes in the evening at the St. Olav's Mass", and another reads "Ave Maria". These can be found at the west portal of the church. [Please keep photo credit and original link if r

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