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Húsavík Wooden Church

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"There's a little piece of Switzerland in Húsavík. Húsavíkurkirkja is a Lutheran church in the center of town that looks like a Swiss chalet. The white-and-red church was built in 1907 by an Icelandic architect. It's made of Norwegian wood in the shape of cross. You can see it from almost everywhere in town, especially when it's lit up at night. "

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