by Sig Holm
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Sig Holm, on January 5, 2011, said:
This Church is one of 5 "original" turf churches in Iceland owned and supervised by the Icelandic National Museum.
A part of the chapel at Nupsstadur dates partly back to the 17th century.
D. VERDU, on January 5, 2011, said:
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HertaAnna, on January 11, 2011, said:
This is a very nice little church Sig. I LIKE it.
When I was little there was also a small church which was built entirely of wood. It was heated with a large oven with wood or briquette. I can still recall.
Beamish, on February 6, 2011, said:
A delightfully simple "Chapel" Sigg. Good to see that the State keeps it well preserved, though perhaps it can't even afford that now, if Iceland is struggling as much financially as we are here in Ireland! Best wishes - Beamish-Jim
LILYFR, on February 12, 2011, said:
You are living in a fantastic country Sig ! Thank you for sharing your passion with us. I like very much this small old church.
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