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Great little Church

While visiting Kulusuk, we had the opportunity to visit this church. It is a really nice little... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Jayne Y
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Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Pretty Church

A simple but pretty church in this part of the world. It’s rather large given the size of Kulusuk... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Brendan492
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Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 3 days ago

While visiting Kulusuk, we had the opportunity to visit this church. It is a really nice little, quaint church to see. Check out the place to kneel. I wouldn't mind kneeling on real seal skin. The stained glass windows were a great addition to the...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A simple but pretty church in this part of the world. It’s rather large given the size of Kulusuk, but nevertheless a small church. Easy to find in such a small town. Recommend you also go down to the shoreline to see the sculpture (no...More

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Reviewed 29 August 2017

This one building is a visual statement to the journey of Christianity and its impact on local religion or faith in this remote village. As most reviewers have captured, a stranded Danish crew used remnants from their boat to built approximately 1/4 of the church....More

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Reviewed 20 August 2017

I visited this church as part of the day tour from Reykjavik. I HIGHLY recommend this excursion, BTW, if you're agile (lots of rocky terrain) and bring your own food (couldn't get anything but candy and chips at airports, grocery store has limited ready-to-eat food)....More

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Reviewed 10 June 2017

Beautiful little church and I loved hearing the history of how it was built, the stained glass windows and of the religious history of the their culture.

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Reviewed 21 October 2016

Built in 1922-3 by the crew of a Danish ship that bike up here in the ice. They used the ships timber to build it. A german artist who visited here on a day trip in 1970 donated the beautiful stained glass windows. The church...More

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Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

Always wanting to see far away places, this one was crazy for me. Beautiful sunny day, perfect flight, good landing, then...? Four of were met at the airport by 2 guides, Greenlanders. They pointed and said that way. There was nothing to see but tundra....More

2  Thank leet800
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Reviewed 22 July 2016

Located at the end of town on a small grassy promontory, check out the carving of an inuit woman looking out over the bay before you go inside. The church is small and simple but one thing will catch your attention: the beautiful stained glass...More

Thank lonewolf44
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Reviewed 28 June 2016 via mobile

Built from a wrecked ship, the church is tidy, neat and has pretty stained glass windows in the colors of the houses of the settlement. It is a large structure and you can see the ship in the wood slats, beams and other pieces While...More

Thank Wendy B
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Reviewed 26 December 2015

The church is built from the timbers of a wrecked ship and dates to before Danish governance of Greenland. It has wonderful small stain glass windows as well as a model of the ship from which it was constructed. The church looks over the inlet...More

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Whitney H
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Response from AThena53 | Reviewed this property |
Air Iceland Connect. It's in their web site; great video on YouTube taken during my actual trip. It's the one that has "Experience Kulusuk with Us" on the title screen. Highly recommended.
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