Inside, a single nave, columns are rare, no chapels, transept in a few, and a modest altar. Now and then, a side chapel, a vestibule or covered entrance, some woodwork.
Some examples, a mini-album:
1. Grise fiord, Arctic Archipelago, Canada
2. Uelen, Russia, Northeast Siberia.
3. Vardø, Norway
4. Uummannaq, Greenland
One of few stone churches in the Arctic !
5. Tuktoyaktuk, Canada, Northwest Territories
That's a church! Even has a cross plant and a roof skylight.
6. Ittileq, Greenland
7. Unalaska, Aleutian Islands, Alaska
Topped with russian orthodox onion-shaped domes:
9. Upernavik, Greenland
By now, you may have noticed: most greenlandic churches are vivid red.
10. Tasiilaq, Greenland
This church is now Ammassalik Museum
Church bench decoration, inuit theme
11. Mo-i-rana, Norway
12. Longyearbyen , Svalbard Island
13. Sisimiut, Greenland
Sisimiut is well known for its two colonial - era churches: the red one...
... and the blue one:
14 . Kimmirut, Arctic Archipelago, Canada
An anglican church built in 1909.
15. Resolute, Arctic Archipelago, Canada
16. Qaqortoq, Greenland
17. Nuuk, Greenland capital's old church
18. A jewel: Ilulissat, Greenland
For a medieval stone church in arctic latitudes, see