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Kristiansand Cathedral

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Kristiansand Cathedral (Norway: Kristiansand Domkirke) in Kristiansand, Norway is the seat of the Bishop of Agder and Telemark in the Church of Norway. It is a Neo-Gothic church completed in 1885 and designed by the architect Henrik Thrap-Meyer.

It is the third cathedral built in the town of Kristiansand and one of the largest cathedrals in Norway. It is 70 m long and 39 m wide, and the only tower is 70 m in height. In the beginning, the cathedral had 2,029 seats, but is now reduced to 1,300 people.

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