Østre Gausdal kirke
Østre Gausdal kirke
Østre Gausdal kirke
Østre Gausdal kirke
Østre Gausdal kirke
Østre Gausdal kirke
Østre Gausdal kirke
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Østre Gausdal Church

Østre Gausdal Church (Østre Gausdal kirke) is a Romanesque church built of brick during the period 1250-1300. In the 1700s it was expanded to the east at which time it received a carved pulpit. The church organ was built by August Nielsen in 1888
Østre Gausdal Church (Østre Gausdal kirke) is a Romanesque church built of brick during the period 1250-1300. In the 1700s it was expanded to the east at which time it received a carved pulpit. The church organ was built by August Nielsen in 1888.

Østre Gausdal Church is located in the heart of Gausdal valley about 30 km north of Lillehammer. It is a nice stone church in roman style.

Østre Gausdal is a former municipality in Oppland county, Norway


It was created when Gausdal was split into Østre and Vestre Gausdal in 1879. At that time Østre Gausdal had a population of 5,911. On 1 January 1962 the two municipalities were reunited under the name Gausdal. Prior to the merger Østre Gausdal had a population of 3,942.

Østre Gausdal Church (Østre Gausdal kirke) is a Romanesque church built of brick during the period 1250-1300. In the 1700s it was expanded to the east at which time it received a carved pulpit. The church organ was built by August Nielsen in 1888.

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