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Tromoy Church

Flademoen, Arendal 4818, Norway
+47 37 01 35 80
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Stunning setting.

From the outside it is a most lovely little church. view out to the open sea. The original part... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2015
Hastings, United Kingdom
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Tromoy church is located at Flademoen on the southern side of Tromoy, and the church was originally a Romansque stone church built around 1150. The church was reconstructed to a cruciform church between 1748-1758, and today this fabulous church is one of Arendal's oldest sights. The church is an old seamark, and due to the unsheltered location, the church is without a tower. The interior of Tromoy church is beautiful. There are wood carvings and painted interior from the 1750s, restored in 1926-1939. Several details in the church are worth mentioning, like the baptismal font made of soapstone from the 14th century, and candlesticks made of brass from 1660 Important people were buried inside the church in the Middle Ages, both in the choir and in the nave. The tombs had large gravestones in the church floor. It has been illegal to bury people inside the church since 1805, and the large gravestones were moved outside during the restoration in the 1750s. They are now visible along the churchyard wall in the west, together with boulders from Tromoy. Tromoy church has been opened to the public in July many summers, to those who wish to study the church. More information, see contact information.
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1 Jul 2015
“Stunning setting.”
24 May 2017
“Meget spesiell kirke”
Flademoen, Arendal 4818, Norway
+47 37 01 35 80
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Reviewed 1 July 2015

From the outside it is a most lovely little church. view out to the open sea. The original part built in stone is from the 11th Century and has been added on and also restored. It is beautiful inside with it's paintings and colour scheme....More

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