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Gol Stave Church, Minot

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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.

Scandinavian Heritage Park, Minot, North Dakota.
1020 S Broadway, Minot, ND 58701, United States
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