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Oslos oldest church, probably dating from 12th century. Originated as Catholic church, reformated 1536.
Also visit nearby Tethusbakken, below the church. See the pittoresque old wooden houses, take Kjærlighetsstien in the middle of this road, walk along it to Heftye Ekebergsgate and enjoy the view...More
This church is a good starting point for a wander through 'off the track' Oslo. Peak inside then check out the nearby quaint homes on a very steep road (Telthusbakken) until you get to the Aker river. You can follow this for most of the...More
This is the oldest building in Oslo. This ancient church is about 800 years old. The grounds are beautiful. We could not go inside as the doors were locked. Very little information on when you can tour the interior of the church.
This church is off the beaten track, however well worth the effort. With limited opening hours, if you want to view the interior of the church, you should check before you go. The history of the church dates back to approximately 1150, is built of...More
This church is the oldest existing building in Oslo. It has an air of old fortress, it isn't always open so it is better to check not to do the trip for nothing. It has a nice graveyard and beautiful walls.
I found it by mistake, i was actually follow the map showing an area with 'Old wooden houses" and the road through that beautiful area that led me straight to it.
The church itself has no very much to offer, old castle looking building, simple...More