Photographer's Note

Vang Stave Church (Polish: Swiatynia Wang) is a stave church which was bought by King Frederick William IV of Prussia and transferred from Vang in the Valdres region in Norway and re-enacted in 1842 in Bruckenberg near Krummhube in Silesia, now Karpacz in th Karkonosze mountains of Poland. It was originally used by a congregation belonging to the Church of Norway, then the Evangelical Church of Prussia, and now serves the Evangelical-Augsburg Church of Poland.

When I was taking this photo it was very foggy. I had to wait in a nearby cafe to let the fog spread a bit so that I could take the pictures.

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