Norway's Oldest Church Discovered

Norwegian archaeologists are excited by the discovery of what is probably the country's oldest church. Located in the city of Skien, the church is believed to have been built in the 11th century.

The archaeological site was first uncovered in 2001, but new tests have allowed researchers to date the building. The team believes that the church may actually be "Hakastein", which was mentioned in a 14th century document.