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 Haltdalen Stave Church

Haltdalen Stave Churc is a stave church built in the 1170s originally from the village of Haltdalen in what is now the municipality of Holtålen. The church is now on display at the Sverresborg Trøndelag Folkemuseum in the city of Trondheim.

The church originated in Haltdalen, where it served as the parish church. It was probably built in the 1170s. The church was moved to Trondheim during the 1880s. Church was re-located to the Sverresborg Trøndelag Folkemuseum in 1937. The church has been disassembled several times, which has led to repeated repairs. Significant original parts have been preserved for 800 years.

The church on display today is a re-built version of two separate churches from neighboring locations: Haltdalen and Ålen. The western wall and the portal are from the old Ålen stave church. This is a single-nave stave church of the east Scandinavian-style, and it is the only one that is preserved.



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