The first time the records tells of a church on this site is in 1589. We don't know how old it was then or what it looked like. It was probably wooden, but I don't think it was a stavechurch though. This church was tore down in 1697 and replaced by a church buildt as two crossing naves. This church in turn was replaced by the octagonal church in 1857. This is the church that is still standing.
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