Gustav-Adolf-Stabkirche

Am Bocksberg, Hahnenklee, Goslar

The Lutheran Gustav Adolf Stave Church (German: Gustav-Adolf-Stabkirche) is a stave church situated in Hahnenklee, a borough of Goslar in the Harz mountains, Germany. Construction of the church began in 1907, and the church was consecrated on June 28, 1908. The church is a free copy of the medieval Borgund Stave Church in Norway. It was erected during the steep rise of Hahnenklee to a spa town and major tourist destination, with adaptions to fulfil its role as a parish church. The plans were designed by Karl Mohrmann (1857–1927), architect of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Hanover, a representative of the historicist Hanover school of architecture.

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