St. Andrews Church, more commonly known as Greensted Church.
The building is the oldest wooden building in England, and the oldest wooden church in Europe.
The centre part of the Church (the black wooden section) dates to 1060. It's made from split Oak logs, a traditional Saxon building method.
The brick section, to the right, was added in the 16th century.
The white weatherboard tower was the last section to be added in the 17th century. A bell in the tower is inscribed "William Land made me 1618".