Gödelöv Church

Genarp, Sweden

Gödelöv Church was probably built in the 1200s and the tower was added in the next century. The last restoration was made in 1905. The pulpit was made in 1580 and altar also dates from the 16th century. The font, made in the Middle Ages, has been brought from Östra Tunhem church.

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Founded: 13th century
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Consolidation (Sweden)

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kajsa strand (2 months ago)
Vilken varm o välkomnande kyrka, så fin invändigt o utsidan med
Kajsa Strand (2 years ago)
Mysig kyrka, inte stel eller kal.
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