Churches in Norway

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English: Select photos of church buildings in Norway.
Norsk bokmål: Utvalgte bilder av kirker i Norge. Sortert etter fylke, periode og arkitektur.

By county[edit]

For full meta-category see Category:Churches in Norway by county

Norsk bokmål: Kirker i Norge etter fylke

Oslo[edit]

Buskerud[edit]

Telemark[edit]

Vestfold[edit]

Vest-Agder[edit]

Hordaland[edit]

Sogn og Fjordane[edit]

Møre og Romsdal[edit]

Sør-Trøndelag[edit]

Nord-Trøndelag[edit]

Nordland[edit]

Troms[edit]

Finnmark[edit]

Churches by age and technique[edit]

Medieval[edit]

Stone[edit]

For full category see Category:Medieval stone churches in Norway

Stave Churches[edit]

For full category see Category:Stave churches in Norway

After 1536[edit]

Buildings constructed after the reformation.

Wood[edit]

Stave church technique was not used after 16th century, all wood churches from this period are log buildings.

Masonry[edit]

After 1851[edit]

After 1945[edit]

Churches by style and form[edit]

Romanesque[edit]

Gothic and Neo-Gothic[edit]

Long churches[edit]

A single rectangular nave, the predominant church design in Norway.

Basilica churches[edit]

«Basilica» refers to shape, not to status or function within the church of Norway.

Cruciform churches[edit]

Cruciform (greek or latin cross) nave.

Converted to cruciform[edit]

Churches converted to cruciform plan through addition of transepts or other modifications (stave church technique not used after 16th century).

Octagonal churches[edit]