Staður, a church in the Staðardalur valley, built in 1855, a former parsonage. Staður was considered one of the richest benefices in the entire country. Among the best–known clergymen there was Jón Árnason (1665–1743), Bishop of Skálholt. In the church there is a remarkable pulpit painted with figures of Christ and his disciples, dating back to the year 1731.