Take a guided tour and learn the rich history of Undredal, a tiny village north of Flåm, where human inhabitants are outnumbered by goats. Don't miss the charming stave church, which dates back to the 12th century. Set along the Aurlandsfjord, the 40-seat parish measures a mere 12 by 4 meters and has paintings of angels and biblical figures on the ceiling.
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Undredal Stave Church
On the shores of the Aurlandsfjord, a branch of the Sognefjord, is the village of Undredal and its stave church, a medieval construction with timber framing that’s typical of Norway. The smallest active church in Scandinavia, the house of worship is a real charmer, with white clapboard sidings, ceiling paintings and a mere 40 seats.