Kristiansand Cathedral School

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The school building raised in 1737 (after the original school burned down in 1734), rebuilt in 1805/06, and with a second floor added in 1853/54.[1]

Kristiansand Cathedral School, known in Latin as Schola Christiansandensis, is a high school in Kristiansand, Vest-Agder, Norway. It is the oldest high school on the southern coast of Norway, having been founded in 1686. Originally, the school was located near the cathedral in the center of the town of Kristiansand. Although it represents an old institution, Katta is a modern school, offering courses in general and business studies, as well as in health and care. It has an exclusive collection of paintings donated by former student Reidar Wennesland, and some antique books.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Steen, Sverre (1941). Kristiansands historie 1641–1814 (in Norwegian). Oslo: Grøndahl & Søn. p. 305. 

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Coordinates: 58°09′36″N 8°00′37″E / 58.16000°N 8.01028°E / 58.16000; 8.01028