Hana Church is a ‘working church’ in brick with a free-standing bell tower. The church was built in 1997 and was designed by architect Kolbjørn Jensen.
The Church of the Holy Spirit was consecrated in 1455. To the west of the church is its bell tower, in which hangs a bell cast around 1600. The nave has a ribbed vault that rests on brackets. In the polygonal choir, on the other hand, a star-shaped vault can be seen. To the south is the walled ogival portal. A brick staircase leads to the gallery. The interior of the church has frescoes, the oldest of which date from the 15th century.
The Austre Moland church dates from 1673. It was originally built as a small "long church", but was transformed into a cruciform-shaped church in 1779. The two-part altarpiece, with a richly carved Rococo style wing, was made by Ole Nielsen Wejerholt in 1784.
Lura church is a brick church built in 1987. The architects of the church are Ingeborg and Knut Home.
The church of Flosta is a votive church for sailors in distress at sea. The church is mentioned in 1467. The present church building was built in the 17th century as a long wooden church. In 1747 the church was enlarged and rebuilt as a cruciform church. In 1864 the church was rebuilt in a neo-Gothic style.
The Cathedral of Como is a late Gothic style building built between 1396 and 1740. The length of its construction period is expressed in its architecture which mixes Gothic elements such as the built facade, Renaissance elements particularly visible from the rear of the cathedral, and finally, the rococo dome whose completion marks the end of the construction of the cathedral.
The Åknes Chapel is a wooden chapel dating from 1873. It was built in a rectangular form according to the plans of architects Tobias Flottorp and Gard Ekså.
The Basilica of San Fedele was erected from 1120 on top of an early Christian church dating from the 7th century. The exterior of the church was restored to its Romanesque style in 1905 (bell tower) and 1914 (façade). The interior contains a splendid Lombard Romanesque choir, resembling the Aachen Palatine Chapel, with sculptural decorations.
The Synagogue in Hořice is an Ashkenazi synagogue built between 1765 and 1767. The synagogue was restored and modified in 1859, the 1880s and 1902. This Neo-Romanesque brick building now serves as a church.
The Basilica of Sant'Abbondio is a Romanesque church built between 1050 and 1095 on a pre-existing 5th century Paleochristian basilica. The church was a cathedral (818-1013) and then an abbey church (1013-1783). Taking a classical appearance in the 16th century, the church regained its Romanesque style from the 19th century.
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St. Martin's Church, Landshut