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Fjelberg

Fjelberg

19.06.2018

The beautiful vicarage on the Fjelberg Island lies a few minutes walk up from the fjord, in a compact enclosure with the church south of the main building and the bishop’s residence to the north; a rare harmonic cluster.

Stained glass painting in “Målabuo”.

Gjerde

19.06.2018

Kvinnherad Church

Kvinnherad Church

19.06.2018

The stately Kvinnherad Church with its characteristic profile set out against the mighty Malmangernuten in the background, gives you a rare feeling of being present in a historic landscape as you come around Nes and face the well-kept houses at the Skåla farm. The church at Skåla is one of four “fjordungskirker” (one of four main district churches) and this farm was the centre of this coastal administration district.

Chest from Huglo, painted in 1820 by Gunder Gundersen Handeland

Skorven

19.06.2018

Ænes, Kvinnherad

Ænes

19.06.2018

Ænes has been one of the prosperous farms at the Mauranger Fjord in medieval times. At the time of Harald Gilles, around 1130, we hear of GAUT at Ænes. The noble families around the Hardanger Fjord were prominent in the political sphere from early on, and it is obvious that the fine and openly situated farm at Ænes was also a good place for a Church.

Model of the king’s estate around 1300

Bergenhus

12.06.2018

Domkirken

Domkirken

12.06.2018

Fana church, Bergen

Fana church

12.06.2018

In the Middle Ages the stone church in Fana was a place for pilgrimage, containing a miraculous silver crucifix that could heal the sick. A hill to the west of the church is still called Krykkjehaugen (the crutch hill); according to belief this is where the sick threw away their crutches. Perhaps this church, lying where it does at the old half county boundary , also held a special position in relation to the district churches in the county.

Fantoft stave church

Fantoft Stave Church

12.06.2018

Korskirken

Korskirken

12.06.2018

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