Norway: Kirsavik Church

Kirsavik is a tiny village in the shore of the Sorfjord, a ferry from here takes you across the fjord to the other side. But if you linger, you can check out one of the oldest stone church in Norway – Kirsavik Church. The church was founded in 1050 as a wooden structure and then replaced with the current stone building in 1160. Yep, that’s nearly a 900-year old building in front of you! The church is minimalist in appearance, as are most Norwegian churches, but the surrounding is more then lavish a pure nature of fjords, mountains, and lush greenery.