Västerhaninge Church

Haninge, Sweden

Västerhaninge Church was built in the 13th century. It was enlarged in the late Middle Ages. The church has been burned twice, 1641 and 1831. The current pulpit was carved in 1847.


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Kyrkvägen 7, Haninge, Sweden
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Founded: 13th century
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Consolidation (Sweden)


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Jan Fernquist (2 years ago)
A nice church with a beautiful cemetery
Birgit H (4 years ago)
Another church that, to my disappointment, was closed. I can understand that it can be difficult to always be open, but there should be information about possible opening hours. The cemetery was well maintained and there was a sense of calm when you walked there. Will see if the church is open next time I come here.
Rolf L (4 years ago)
Unfortunately the church was closed. But I think the church was very nice and the architecture was very nice. The cemetery was, in my opinion, very well maintained and around the graves and tombstones there was generally order. Hope to come back on occasion when Västerhaninge church is open for visitors.
Töken Medet (5 years ago)
Very beautiful place.
John Askling (6 years ago)
The older church in Haninge pastorate, where the staff is very nice. Very beautiful concerts are played here, the services are also very nice and I highly recommend visiting the church either for a service or another activity.
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