Haltdalen Stave Church is a church dating back to 1170, which is now part of Trøndelag Folkemuseum in Trondheim. The church served as a model for the Heimaey stave church built in Iceland in 2000 for the millennium of the first church built there.
Only the masonry of the tower of the hall church in Hamba originates from the Romanesque construction time. Most probably it was repaired after the destruction of the church in 1493 and it was strengthened with a wooden parapet walk. The church itself was not rebuilt, but surrounded by a ring wall. A new construction erected in 1749 survived only until 1830, being replaced by the actual church. The small neo-classical church of harmonious proportions stands empty today, as its inventory comprising the balconies, the pulpit and the pews has been moved to another location.
Haram Church is an octagonal wooden church from 1838 that replaced the medieval stave church. Some of the materials were reused in the new church. The church is clad with exterior and interior panels. In 1878 it was given a sacristy for the choir and the tower was rebuilt in the Gothic Revival style. In 1993, the church was severely damaged by a fire, but it was later restored.
The three-aisles Romanesque basilica, already strengthened by a defence wall, was equipped with a bell tower on the western side in 1290. At the beginning of the 15th century, both the tower and the nave were adapted to the Gothic style and a second ring wall was erected. The first defence wall was heightened up to 12 m and strengthened by seven defensive towers and an outer bailey. A third wall, which did not survive to this today, surrounded the moat that was filled up in 1814. A parapet walk was built on the inside of the first defence wall, which is partially preserved today. Remarkable are the granaries and the rooms attached to the southern side of the church. The western tower, the tallest in Ţara Bârsei, was provided with a new spire in 1794. The inner furniture mostly dates back from the 18th century. A pre-reformation chapel in the eastern tower is richly decorated with outstanding frescoes depicting the Last Judgement and the Punishment of Sinners among others . The valuable mural painting requires restoration work.
Hasseltplein, where time seems to have stood still, is one of the best-preserved spots in Tilburg. The Hasselt Chapel (Hasseltse Kapel) is located in that oasis of peace and stillness. A striking and modest centerpiece at the same time. The chapel is the oldest monument in the city and the only (late) medieval building in Tilburg. It was probably founded around the year 1500.
The St. Jacobi Church, whose history dates back to 1255, is one of Hamburg's main churches. The church was damaged during the Second World War, but remains a landmark in the city center of Hamburg.
The church of St. Michaelis is the most famous church in Hamburg and is considered the most important baroque church in northern Germany. The current building is a reconstruction of 1912, after the church was burnt down in 1906.
The Hedalen Stav church is a cross church, originally a single nave church (long church), whose foundation dates back to around 1165. Originally, the church only included the western part of the nave.
The Stave Church of Heddal was built in the first half of the 13th century. This church played an important role in the description and preservation of Norwegian stave churches. It was restored successively in the 19th and 20th centuries.
The Hedvig Eleonora church, recognisable by its octagonal shape, was built between 1669 and 1737. The imposing dome, in a style different from the rest of the building, was built later in 1866-1868.