Mosvik kirke (Church)

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Mosvik kirke
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Mosvik kirke (Church)

Mosvik church with the renowned Mosvik Crucifix, built in 1884. The Mosvik crucifix is one of the best examples of High Gothic sculpture work of art and was made around 1250 AD. The original is exhibited in the Science Museum in Trondheim.

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