Ingelstorp Church

Glemmingebro, Sweden

Ingelstorp church was built between 1872-1874 to the grounds of original medieval church. The remains of portal are moved to the Historical Museum of Lund University. The original font still exists in a church. It has been made around 1200.



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Founded: 1872-1874
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Union with Norway and Modernization (Sweden)


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