At the North Cape plateau there's a tiny chapel excavated into the rock underneath the North Cape Hall. St Johannes Kapell (The Chapel of St.John) is the world's northernmost ecumenical chapel. It's mostly used for weddings, and what a place this would be to get married in!
meets you right at the entrance,
and gives the feeling of entering an ice cave.
The altar is shaped like an upright boat.
The ship is a typical element of the norwegian church, as the main part, where the congregation is seated, is called the church ship. In northern european, but mostly scandinavian churches, a sail ship model is often hung from the ceiling over the congregation.
The raw rock wall has been kept, and the
many shelves and crevices hold lit candles.
The live flickering flames create
a beautiful atmosphere in the room.
The chairs are so well balanced that they look like they are floating.
The ceiling makes you think of stars
and northern lights (aurora borealis)
This tapestry is hung from
the ceiling down the back wall,
and it also represents northern lights