|Denomination||Church of Norway|
|Former name(s)||Maridalen bedehus|
|Diocese||Diocese of Oslo|
Maridalen Church is a wooden church in Maridalen at the northern outskirts of Oslo, Norway, next to Nordmarka. The church was originally built as a mission house (Bedehus) in at the northern shore of the lake Maridalsvannet in 1887. It was taken over by the Church of Norway and consecrated first as a chapel in the year 1900, later renamed a church.
- Official website (in Norwegian)
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