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Molde Cathedral, Molde

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Molde Cathedral (Norwegian: Molde domkirke) is a cathedral of the Church of Norway in Molde Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is located in the town of Molde. It is the church for the Molde parish as well as the seat of the Molde domprosti (arch-deanery) and the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Møre. The white, brick church was built in a long church style in 1957 by the architect Finn Bryn. The church seats about 700 people.
This building was built to replace an earlier church here, and it is the third church to be located on the same site. It became a cathedral in 1983 when the Diocese of Møre was created.
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  • Stands tall in the Center of Molde. It’s a straight forward church in terms of structure. Bell tower is one of the stand out.  more »
  • A Norwegian church worth a visit. Note the simple stone symbolism embedded in the stone entryway, the historical intricate wooden ship hanging from the ceiling and make your way around the outside...  more »
  • Closed... Reading through other reviews, that's a lot the case. It was a crowdy day in Molde so every opportunity to welcome guests in a cathedral that should open always or at least a lot.
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