Logtun Church

Situated along St. Olavsleden
Logtun Church is a stone church located just off the site of the Frostating.


It is believed that both the Frostating seal and the law book - the Frostating’s law - have been stored in a casket in the church. The church has a special altarpiece that was carved in 1652 and painted in 1655.

According to the Frosting’s Law, there was a church here as early as the late 12th century, but the current building is probably built around the 16th century.

Today, the church is used for weddings, concerts and services, and is open to visitors in the summer

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