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Hvalsey Church was a Catholic church in the abandoned Greenlandic Norse settlement of Hvalsey (now modern-day Qaqortoq). The best preserved Norse ruins in Greenland, the church was also the location of the last written record of the Greenlandic Norse, a wedding in September 1408. Around 16 metres long and 8 metres wide, the church was constructed in the Anglo-Norwegian style of the early 13th century.
The data was recorded during an archaeological survey in 2014 for the project HaNoA - Harbours in the North Atlantic (800–1300 AD).
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