Churches in Norway
For full meta-category see Category:Churches in Norway by county
Sogn og FjordaneEdit
Møre og RomsdalEdit
Churches by age and techniqueEdit
For full category see Category:Medieval stone churches in Norway
- For full category see Category:Stave churches in Norway
Buildings constructed after the reformation.
Stave church technique was not used after 16th century, all wood churches from this period are log buildings.
- English: St John's Church, Bergen, Gothic Revival, brick (1894)Norsk bokmål: Johanneskirken i Bergen (1894), nygotisk
Churches by style and formEdit
Gothic and Neo-GothicEdit
A single rectangular nave, the predominant church design in Norway.
«Basilica» refers to shape, not to status or function within the church of Norway.
Cruciform (greek or latin cross) nave.
Converted to cruciformEdit
Churches converted to cruciform plan through addition of transepts or other modifications (stave church technique not used after 16th century).
- see also Octagonal churches