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Norwegian Stove Church~ In the begining the church was heated with a big long cast iron stove in the middle of the church.

This Norwegian church just looks like the sort of chapel Santa might have up at the North Pole.

Prt3: Telemark bunad is a Norwegian folk costume. A bunad is something that can be for men and for women. This is the female bunad that they use in Norway. This was what a traditional dress and this is how they used to dress in Norway. The bunad is both traditional rural clothes and a well modern 20th century look. Bunads are now used as costumes not for daily wear. Bunads were part of the culture but now Norway dresses according to the yearly worldly fashion.

Sod roofed house. This is in Norway --- The moss seems to absorb the rain AND humidity, -- I had "Grass" but it was moss, grass, lichens... on a red playhouse - and it NEVER leaked in 40 years.

I Need to go there! 12th century wooden church borgund, sogn og fjordane, norway. Looks straight out of Harry Potter! @Jon Gosnell I think we saw this on Rick Steves' Europe!

Norwegian boathouse. When magic and reality collide.

✿ڿڰۣ Norwegian doll...when I was little and my parents used to talk about the possibility of us taking a trip to Europe, I wanted to get a doll from every country we visited

The traditional, national costume of Norway is called Bunad, an elaborate costume dating back to the 1800s with lots of embroidery and jewelry, in approximately 200 variations by region.