A stave church is a medieval church made of wood, common in Northern Europe. Minot’s stave church is a replica of Gol Stave Church in Gol, Norway, initially built in the 12th century. The Church is based on a single nave with a small choir. It has a carved wooden art piece of the Last Supper, showing the twelve apostles and Jesus. The pillars have carved human faces that represent the twelve apostles.
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