GregFaster
GregFaster

Chapel in the Hills

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russellgaughen PRO
 
russellgaughen November 18, 2018
A Very Nice Image Indeed!! Lots of skilled carpenters built that church!! Thanks for Sharing!!
GregFaster
GregFaster November 19, 2018
Thank you! it is called a "stave church" and I think the tradition of building churches like this came from Norway. This one was in Rapid City, South Dakota. Thank you for your interest!
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imagesbyPattiC July 11, 2020
Minot, North Dakota has a Scandinavian park that also has a stave church, along with other buildings brought over from Europe. They represent all of the Scandinavian countries. Nice photo, Greg
GregFaster
GregFaster July 11, 2020
Thank you! This was a film photo I took back in 2004 and scanned the negative. It really is impressive how they built these stave churches entirely of wood with no nails.