The first one is Nesseby Church. It is a parish church in Nesseby Municipality in Finnmark county, Norway. It is located on a peninsula in the village of Nesseby, overlooking the Varangerfjorden. The prayer books in the church are in the Northern Sami language. Adjacent to the church is what is regarded by some as the oldest chapel in the Varanger area, dating from the 18th century.
The second one is the King Oscar II Chapel. This is a chapel in the Sør-Varanger Municipality. It is located in the village of Grense Jakobselv. The chapel is part of the Sør-Varanger parish in the Varanger deanery in the Diocese of Nord-Hålogaland. This stone chapel was built in 1869 on the border with Russia. The chapel was designed by Jacob Wilhelm Nordan and it seats about 72 people.