Friday, 14 August 2009


This is a detail from inside the Cathedral in Stavanger.
I promise to come back with more photos from "Stavanger Domkirke", as we call the Cathedral.
Anyway, I have added more info. using this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stavanger_Cathedral.
In the summer the church is open, from 11-17, and I think it is nice that people get the chance to just go in and look around.
I have even meet a young British woman, who asked me for the shortest way to the Cathedral, because she desperately wanted to light a candle and say a prayer before she was back on the cruise ship.
I hope she managed it.

6 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

I love the old European cathedrals! You are lucky to have one in your city! Glad helg! Hilsen fra Hagen

Gunn White said...
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Gunn White said...

well, it is too late, and now I am sending a comment to myself.. Sorry about that. It is time to say goodnight..... ;-)

Hilda said...

This single piece looks like it has so many stories! Absolutely fascinating!

Vogon Poet said...

This image is stunning. Following your link I have learned much about this historical building and I hope you'll show more of it.
The story of lady from the cruise ship is lovely.

B SQUARED said...

Beautiful piece of work. Look forward to more shots.