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  • Asker kirke - Kirker i Norge | Kirkesøk
    with cautious church building on classical lines and ended with the highest level of church building since the Middle Ages inspired in particular by the Gothic cathedrals Better production and craft techniques meant that churches acquired a lighter form and became richer in detail The cogging joint technique was still dominant but the timber was worked more and churches often had both interior and exterior panels Almost 40 of the surviving churches of this period have a simple long church design and about 30 are octagonal and 30 cruciform churches Up until 1850 the parish structure changed little so that most new churches were built as replacements for old ones An already noticeable lag in church building was further heightened by the economic upturn and continued population growth of the mid 19th century Even many of the 17th and 18th century churches were now too small The new Church Act of 1851 required churches to have room for 3 10 of the population of the parish This and the establishment of new parishes led to an explosion in building activity During the second half of the 19th century 623 new churches were built and 390 old ones were demolished In

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  • Askim Kirke - Kirker i Norge | Kirkesøk
    building on classical lines and ended with the highest level of church building since the Middle Ages inspired in particular by the Gothic cathedrals Better production and craft techniques meant that churches acquired a lighter form and became richer in detail The cogging joint technique was still dominant but the timber was worked more and churches often had both interior and exterior panels Almost 40 of the surviving churches of this period have a simple long church design and about 30 are octagonal and 30 cruciform churches Up until 1850 the parish structure changed little so that most new churches were built as replacements for old ones An already noticeable lag in church building was further heightened by the economic upturn and continued population growth of the mid 19th century Even many of the 17th and 18th century churches were now too small The new Church Act of 1851 required churches to have room for 3 10 of the population of the parish This and the establishment of new parishes led to an explosion in building activity During the second half of the 19th century 623 new churches were built and 390 old ones were demolished In order to achieve

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  • Askje kirke, Mosterøy - Kirker i Norge | Kirkesøk
    classical lines and ended with the highest level of church building since the Middle Ages inspired in particular by the Gothic cathedrals Better production and craft techniques meant that churches acquired a lighter form and became richer in detail The cogging joint technique was still dominant but the timber was worked more and churches often had both interior and exterior panels Almost 40 of the surviving churches of this period have a simple long church design and about 30 are octagonal and 30 cruciform churches Up until 1850 the parish structure changed little so that most new churches were built as replacements for old ones An already noticeable lag in church building was further heightened by the economic upturn and continued population growth of the mid 19th century Even many of the 17th and 18th century churches were now too small The new Church Act of 1851 required churches to have room for 3 10 of the population of the parish This and the establishment of new parishes led to an explosion in building activity During the second half of the 19th century 623 new churches were built and 390 old ones were demolished In order to achieve this formidable

    Original URL path: http://www.kirkesok.no/eng/kirker/Askje-kirke-Mosteroey (2016-02-07)
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  • Askvoll kyrkje - Kirker i Norge | Kirkesøk
    highest level of church building since the Middle Ages inspired in particular by the Gothic cathedrals Better production and craft techniques meant that churches acquired a lighter form and became richer in detail The cogging joint technique was still dominant but the timber was worked more and churches often had both interior and exterior panels Almost 40 of the surviving churches of this period have a simple long church design and about 30 are octagonal and 30 cruciform churches Up until 1850 the parish structure changed little so that most new churches were built as replacements for old ones An already noticeable lag in church building was further heightened by the economic upturn and continued population growth of the mid 19th century Even many of the 17th and 18th century churches were now too small The new Church Act of 1851 required churches to have room for 3 10 of the population of the parish This and the establishment of new parishes led to an explosion in building activity During the second half of the 19th century 623 new churches were built and 390 old ones were demolished In order to achieve this formidable task some of the country s

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  • Astafjord kirke - Kirker i Norge | Kirkesøk
    The church is of fan shaped plan and 300 number of seats Architect Harald Hille 1900s During the course of the 20th century churches changed from being Sunday churches to multi use buildings and from expressing solemn national movements such as Art Nouveau and Neo Baroque to international modernism in concrete often with untraditional forms and functions At the beginning of the century churches mainly kept their traditional form and function although the architecture reflected changing styles After the First World War this meant Neo Baroque and Neoclassicism The simplified forms of functionalism arrived in the 1930s and churches were increasingly inspired by international liturgical and architectural movements After the destruction of the Second World War the first churches experimented with the traditional long church design but built of reinforced concrete as in Bodø 1956 and Molde 1957 The bonds of tradition were soon loosened however creating completely new liturgical spaces and forms as in Kristiansund 1964 and Tromsdalen 1965 New parish activities evolved during the 1950s bringing a need for more different types of buildings Partly inspired by the small church movement working churches now came into their own with offices meeting rooms and activity venues in addition to the church interior itself It became common to design churches with folding walls to allow the nave to be attached to adjoining rooms These developments led to the liturgical spaces representing a steadily decreasing proportion of the total building The floor plan of the church interior was often rectangular or fan shaped to bring churchgoers closer together but also closer to the altar and raised chancel as the liturgical focal point of the space Function became more important than style and the artistic expression became more abstract Towards the end of the century the church interior began to regain a

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  • Atneosen kirke - Kirker i Norge | Kirkesøk
    lines and ended with the highest level of church building since the Middle Ages inspired in particular by the Gothic cathedrals Better production and craft techniques meant that churches acquired a lighter form and became richer in detail The cogging joint technique was still dominant but the timber was worked more and churches often had both interior and exterior panels Almost 40 of the surviving churches of this period have a simple long church design and about 30 are octagonal and 30 cruciform churches Up until 1850 the parish structure changed little so that most new churches were built as replacements for old ones An already noticeable lag in church building was further heightened by the economic upturn and continued population growth of the mid 19th century Even many of the 17th and 18th century churches were now too small The new Church Act of 1851 required churches to have room for 3 10 of the population of the parish This and the establishment of new parishes led to an explosion in building activity During the second half of the 19th century 623 new churches were built and 390 old ones were demolished In order to achieve this formidable task

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  • Atrå kyrkje - Kirker i Norge | Kirkesøk
    on classical lines and ended with the highest level of church building since the Middle Ages inspired in particular by the Gothic cathedrals Better production and craft techniques meant that churches acquired a lighter form and became richer in detail The cogging joint technique was still dominant but the timber was worked more and churches often had both interior and exterior panels Almost 40 of the surviving churches of this period have a simple long church design and about 30 are octagonal and 30 cruciform churches Up until 1850 the parish structure changed little so that most new churches were built as replacements for old ones An already noticeable lag in church building was further heightened by the economic upturn and continued population growth of the mid 19th century Even many of the 17th and 18th century churches were now too small The new Church Act of 1851 required churches to have room for 3 10 of the population of the parish This and the establishment of new parishes led to an explosion in building activity During the second half of the 19th century 623 new churches were built and 390 old ones were demolished In order to achieve this

    Original URL path: http://www.kirkesok.no/eng/kirker/Atraa-kyrkje (2016-02-07)
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  • Aukra kyrkje - Kirker i Norge | Kirkesøk
    ended with the highest level of church building since the Middle Ages inspired in particular by the Gothic cathedrals Better production and craft techniques meant that churches acquired a lighter form and became richer in detail The cogging joint technique was still dominant but the timber was worked more and churches often had both interior and exterior panels Almost 40 of the surviving churches of this period have a simple long church design and about 30 are octagonal and 30 cruciform churches Up until 1850 the parish structure changed little so that most new churches were built as replacements for old ones An already noticeable lag in church building was further heightened by the economic upturn and continued population growth of the mid 19th century Even many of the 17th and 18th century churches were now too small The new Church Act of 1851 required churches to have room for 3 10 of the population of the parish This and the establishment of new parishes led to an explosion in building activity During the second half of the 19th century 623 new churches were built and 390 old ones were demolished In order to achieve this formidable task some of

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