Klövsjö Church

Klövsjö, Sweden

The wooden church in Klövsjö was built by Pål Persson between 1795–1797. It replaced the earlier church from the 16th century. The major restoration was made in 1971-1972 and the interior was repainted. The altarpiece was painted by Jonas Granberg in 1742, it was moved from the previous church. The pulpit dates from 1858.



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Founded: 1795-1797
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: The Age of Enlightenment (Sweden)


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Andreas Eriksson (6 months ago)
Fin kyrka i fina Klövsjö. Vacker utsikt åt alla håll
Jörn Ryder (13 months ago)
John Zakrisson (2 years ago)
Pokémon gym och pokéstop väldigt fin utsikt
Kim Roos Persson (2 years ago)
Margoth Sonnebo (3 years ago)
Vacker kyrka i mycket vackra Klövsjö. Fin orgel. Kyrkan är välplacerad med fin utsikt åt alla håll.
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