Borgund Stave Church Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle for free online of the Borgund Stave Church in Norway. The walls of the church are built with vertical wooden boards called staves which lock onto each other with notches and grooves making them sturdy.

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mamag15
Oct 19, 2017
Easy puzzle this morning. That is an odd looking church. I will be so glad when tomorrow gets here. I will have a whole week off from school. Nice fall break. I passed my communications class with a B and I still have my EDUC 306 on APA and grammar which is done tomorrow. If I pass this class with a C I will count my self so blessed This was a hard class. Please pray that I pass!! I sure do not want to redo this one. Oh my gosh!!!
aussiesapphire
Oct 19, 2017
Well done mamag, I think you are amazing and am sure you will pass the exam. Hugs and prayers.
mamag15
Oct 20, 2017
Thank you, Aussie. I have got to stop stressing so much. It is all in God's hands. As soon as I get my grade I will post. Probably won't be for a while as today is the last day and it will take my professor a while to grade everything. Have a blessed day.
aussiesapphire
Oct 20, 2017
Thank you mamag - keep looking up :) Hugs.
sharondarlene
Oct 26, 2017
Hoping you passed your class mamag15. And hopefully your Fall break was restful!!
mamag15
Oct 27, 2017
I passed my last two classes with a B and a C. I am enjoying my days off. They are so needed. Hubby and I went to VA. beach today and I loved it. I got to walk on the beach which is something I have been wanting to do for the last 5 years. Hubby can't walk too well so he had to stay in the car. As long I was happy, he was happy. He did get to see the ocean from where we parked though. Went to Norfolk, passed over the Chesapeake Bay, went under a really cool tunnel, and saw sights I never thought I would see. It was a great day except for poor Joe driving on a 4 lane highway with a bunch of nincompoops who are always in a big rush. Other than that, we had a great time.
aussiesapphire
Oct 28, 2017
Congratulations mamag, well done. I admire those who can study and retain all that information needed to pass examinations. Hugs.
Coravee
Nov 2, 2017
So glad you did well!
mamag15
Nov 5, 2017
Thank you!!!
sharondarlene
Oct 26, 2017
Awesome!!!
elijah13
Oct 20, 2017
What a unique church!
pixipixil
Oct 19, 2017
How connected this church is with dying. Churches used to be. The old ones in Europe (I've never been there) have honeycombs of catacombs filled with skeletons underneath. These days the cemetery is usually in a separate place although some churches still hve them right outside like this one.
Hoping wherever you worship it brings you comfort in all stages of life.
JAMP124
Oct 19, 2017
Pixi ---- Your mention of "skeletons underneath" reminds me of one of the most sobering sights I have seen. It is at a War Memorial in Belgium. Across the road from the Military Cemetery is a huge War Memorial which honors
many groups of war casualties. Outside we were encouraged to look in the "cellar windows." The bones of the unidentified filled the lower level. The name of the memorial is L'Ossuaire (The Bonery). We were a very quiet group as we continued on our journey.
pixipixil
Oct 19, 2017
When did you go there, Jamp? How sad to be in a collective place without anyone knowing you died and are being kept there.
JAMP124
Oct 20, 2017
It was 1969. The main part of the Memorial was well done and memorialized regiments with dignity. The "Bonery" was memorable in such a sad way. I think it was World War I --- and the bodies probably laid on the battlefield for a long time. Today they would have been identified. Who knows? ---- some of them could have been the enemy. Some day I'll see if I can find out more about it --- and I've made a note to share with you.
pixipixil
Oct 20, 2017
Thanks, Jamp. Maybe with DNA analysis that can be done now.
gatorgirl3456
Oct 19, 2017
I was born in Norway and I am very proud.
jas6415
Oct 19, 2017
What an odd looking building...Beautiful picture...enjoyed doing it
peterpan
Oct 19, 2017
Lovely little church.
dbnc2
Oct 19, 2017
Really different
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