Røldal stave church was built between 1200 and 1250, and is famous for it’s healing crucifix still residing in the church.
According to legend it sweats once a year on "Olsok" (July 6th), and the sweat has healing powers. Røldal was one of the most important sites of pilgrimage in Norway during the middle ages and pilgrims continued to come until 1835.
The serenity in this place is hard to explain and it is a must see if you are nearby.
This print is printed on Hahnemühle 260g art paper.
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