1. ChristianskirkjanKlaksvik Christianskirkjan is a modern church building in Klaksvík, the second-largest town in the Faroe Islands. It was consecrated in 1963. The architect was Peter Koch, a Dane. Aesthetically, it is one of the islands most notable modern buildings in the country. At the time of construction, the church in Klaksvík awoke much interest in creating a culturally historic foundation for a new style of Faroese architecture in that, among other things, it used building materials, such as native basalt and lumbar, as well as a reviving the sod roof as an alternative to the widely used concrete since World War II. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.