Stave Churches are ancient wooden structures built for the
Vikings in Norway after they converted to Christianity.  
This is the 13th Century Garmo Stave Church, a feature of
Lillihammer's Maihaugen Folk Museum.   
Another angle of the Garmo Stave Church.
These two ski jumps remain from 1994, when Lillihamer
hosted the Winter Olympics.
If you have a high speed internet connection, watch the
Intrepid Berkeley Explorer's free video of this trip, "Vikings,
Tivoli and Trolls", by clicking on: