Kirkebakken 2, 6413 Molde, Norway
About Molde Cathedral
The cathedral, which was consecrated in 1957, is a double-nave long church in a Gothic style. A 50-meter high freestanding bell tower culminates in a copper-clad pyramid. The interior of the church contains some lovely stained glass, and is richly decorated. It is the third church to be built on the site. The two first ones burned down, but an old wooden cross and Axel Ender's "Easter Morning" altarpiece were rescued from the flames.
Attractions near Molde Cathedral
One of the largest and most comprehensive folk museums in Norway is located only a 10 minutes’ walk from the center of Molde town. The Romsdal Museum was established in 1912 and portrays buildings and interesting interiors from the whole region. The town street ”Bygata” shows typical Molde townhouses from the pre-war period. Get a guided tour or wander around on your own. The museum is situated in a nice park area with benches where you can relax, a duck pond, and lush flower beds.
The history of this church dates back to the 13th century, and a crucifix from that period is among the oldest furnishings. A new chancel and sacristy was built in the 17th century and restored to its present look early in the 18th century. Daily guiding during the summer season. The brown, wooden church was built in a long church style during the 12th century by an unknown architect. The church seats about 100 people.
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