Bremanger church (Bremanger kyrkje) is a wooden "long church" in Bremanger village on the island of Bremangerlandet in the municipality of Bremanger, Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway. The church is a part of the Bremanger prestegjeld in the Nordfjord deanery of the Diocese of Bjørgvin. It was called Bremangerpollen chapel until 1952.
The church is located at Hauge, in the innermost part of the bay of Bremangerpollen in the municipality of Bremanger. The church, with a seating capacity of 400, was consecrated on 4 September 1914 by the bishop Johan Willoch Erichsen. The contractor Anders Karlsen Eid made the designs. Bremanger church is a main church for the Bremanger "sokn" (sub-parish) in the parish of Bremanger.
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... Frøya church (Frøya kyrkje) is a wooden "long church" in Kalvåg on the island of Frøya, in the municipality of Bremanger, Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway ... The church is a part of the Bremanger prestegjeld in the Nordfjord deanery of the Diocese of Bjørgvin ... The church at Frøyalandet was built after the last church at Grotle was torn down, and the name Bremanger church was carried over to this new church site ...
... Since the church at Grotle was torn down in 1865, the people living in the northern part Bremangerlandet island had been without a church of their own ... The people who lived further north on the island complained that the journey to church had become too long and strenuous ... which kept people from going to church ...
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