The church in Øverdalen is a wooden church dating from 1902. The building was restored in 1953 and since 1997 this former chapel has been given the title of church.
The Øvre Rendal church from 1761 is a cross-shaped half-timbered church with a tower above the entrance. The exterior of the church was panelled in 1881, and in 1900 a slate roof was laid. In 1919-22 the interior was restored by the architect Carl Berner.
Øvre Rælingen church is a modernist church built of brick in 1972. The architect of the church was Harald Hille.
Øvre Saltdal church is a red wooden church built in 1938. The architect of the church was Andreas W. Nygaard.
Øvre Vang Church is a church built in 1907 according to the plans of the architect Andreas Bugge. The church is characterized by a mixture of medieval forms and national romanticism. The church has a powerful tower with a simple pyramid-shaped tower cap in front of the western cross arm.
Øvrebø church is a cross church dating from 1800. The sacristy in the east dates from 1841-42, and in 1843 the church was painted on the outside. It was restored in 1926 and in 1951-52.
Øye church in Surnadal is a wooden church built in 1871. The architect of the church is Jacob Wilhelm Nordan.
The Øye church is a long wooden church with a panelled exterior and a short, rectangular nave and a slightly narrower, straight-ended choir. The ships and choirs have gable roofs, and in the middle of the nave's roof, there is a turret. To the east of the chancel is a vestry dating from 1900 and in front of the west portal of the ship is a porch.
L'église Stavkirke d'Øye est généralement datée d'environ 1200. Elle a été démolie vers 1747 lorsqu'une nouvelle église en bois a été construite. En 1935, des parties de l'ancienne stavkirke ont été trouvées sous le plancher des églises en bois et ont servi de point de départ à la reconstruction de la stavkirke entre 1955 et 1965.
Øyer church is a wooden church of cruciform shape dating from 1725. The church has preserved much of its 18th-century art and furniture. The pulpit, pulpit ceiling and baptismal ceiling are richly decorated with acanthus trees carved in gold and green.
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