Translation:Are there many stave churches in Norway?
This Hopperstad stave church is one of the oldest: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hopperstad_Stave_Church
This one https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borgund_Stave_Church is my family's church.
Most of those graves are relatives.
Since I first posted this I have been to EPCOT in Disney World, Florida, and they have a stavekirke model, there.
You were probably confusing wooden churches (which were built in Norway into the 19th century) with stave churches, a specific type of wooden church that were only built in the Middle Ages. There are indeed thousands of wooden churches in Norway, but only few stave churches.
I suppose it is, yes. Something that finnes is literally something that is to be found, though more commonly translated as the less wordy is or exists.
There are several different types of verbs in the s-verb category; reflexive (å skjemmes), reciprocal (å møtes)... all they have in common truly is that -s at the end.