There are plans to renovate the interior of the Bessastaðakirkja church, located at the presidential residence of Bessastaðir. The church, consecrated in 1796, is considered one of Iceland’s most important buildings. It was built of lava and dolerite rocks, known as gray basalt. “During the renovation, the architectural history of the church and its artistic value will be taken into account. We want it to be available to everyone – guests of Bessastaðir and […]
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