Heddalská stavkirke

Heddalska stavkirke is a three-nave wooden church, which is also the largest wooden church in Norway. It was built in the early 13th century. century and during its long life it underwent several reconstructions, the last one around 1950.

According to legend, it was built in three days. And given that a day lasts six months in the North, that’s to be believed. If they were building at night, there is no doubt.