Architectural Detail of a Norse Stave Church 8x10 Photograph
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This is a photograph of the side of a Stave Church in Norway. This church dates to the Middle Ages and these churches in Norway are the only wooden churches left in Europe from this time period. The stave churches were made using the Viking ship building techniques and have elements of them. The inside has a feel of being inside of a ship. The ship to the vikings was not just a mode of transport it was an important part of funerary rituals. Some Chiefs were buried in Viking Ships within mounds but...
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