The managerial focal point of the district is the town of Gol which is additionally the populace focus. Gol was set up as a region on 1 January 1838. The zone of Hemsedal was isolated from Gol in 1897 to wind up a different region.
Gol Church was built amid 1882 in view of an outline by engineer Henrik Nissen. The medieval Gol fight church was expected for decimation after the development of the bigger and new church.
Gol fight church was spared from pulverization by the Society for the Preservation of Ancient Norwegian Monuments, which purchased the materials with the goal of re-raising the congregation somewhere else.
Monetary issues were fathomed when King Oscar II chose to pay for its migration and rebuilding as the focal working of his private outside exhibition hall close Oslo.