Thank you, I-vandervegt! Greetings to Holland, Iris.
Die waren so vertieft in ihr Liebesspiel und haben sich nicht stören lassen
Hi Valentina, many thanks for your visit, nice comment and 'like', Reinhard
Thank you very much SMilanS for your very kind comment, visit and like 88.
Thank you, Ron!
They even pay much money for it. The apartments in the ports are expensive ... ;o)
Kvernes Stave Church (Norwegian: Kvernes stavkyrkje) is a historic stave church located in Averøy Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The old church sits along the Kvernesfjorden in the village of Kvernes, just to the north of the Kvernes Church, the present church for the parish. The stave church was probably built during the first half of the 14th century. In 1894, it was put up for sale and was bought by a group of individuals who donated it as a gift to Society for the Preservation of Ancient Norwegian Monuments.
The church is a single-nave church of the "Møre"-type, characterized by central posts in the external wall and crossbeams. The small nave measures only 16 by 7.5 metres (52 by 25 ft) and the choir is only 7 by 7.5 metres (23 by 25 ft), making it one of the smallest stave churches in existence. When the church was rebuilt in 1633, the front door was moved from the nave's west side to the south side. In 1776 it was rebuilt, and again in 1810 to add a tower.
Excellent shot. F+L, best wishes, Biplab.
Thank you, Leif.
Have a nice weekend. Regards, Iris.
Dankeschön, Gerd und auch für Dich ein schönes Wochenende. LG Iris.