Monday, June 26, 2006


It’s an old cathedral called Stavanger Domkirke. The cathedral was built in Anglo-Norman style, probably by English craftsmen in the year 1125. In 1272 the cathedral was damaged by fire, after which it received a new chancel built in the Gothic style. Stavanger Cathedral is the only Norwegian cathedral from the Middle Ages that has retained its original appearance and been in constant use.


Blogger Felicia said...

Hi from San Diego, CA. Wow, that is an old church! Looking forward to your photos! The baby swans are so cute and soft looking.

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Blogger Ovelikios said...

Greetings from Athens, Greece. Hey, is that sunshine that I see there in Stavanger?? Where is the snow?? LOLLLL, Just kidding.

Beautiful north, I have been only to Denmark and Sweden, soon will visit Norway. Judging from the pictures, it´s beautiful.


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Blogger Louz said...

Greetings from Tucson in the US. Wonderful that a church that old is still standing and in use. The swan family photo is lovely, by the way.

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Blogger santy said...

Look's my dear friend Tanty!! Selamat bergabung :)
I'm sure you'll enjoy DailyPhoto as much as I do.

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Anonymous Anne said...

Greetings from Manila, Philippines! This photo looks like a postcard! I love it! Hope to see more beautiful photos :)

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