Stångby Church

Stångby, Sweden

Stångby Church dates from the 12th century and consists of a half-round apsis, nave, choirs and tower. It was rebuilt in the 19th century by C. G. Brunius and the porch was demolished. The tower was erected in 1869-1870 and the middle nave was then enlarged.



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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Consolidation (Sweden)


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J B (2 years ago)
I love this church! Me and my friend got to sit in the back with the usher at the baptism of a family we didn't know, very good, the usher was good at singing??
Ulrika Johansson (2 years ago)
Nice old church
Stefan Håkansson (2 years ago)
Stångby church is located in the old village. When the railway arrived in the 1800s transferred much of the village south to Lund and is now next Pågatåg Station and Tower embankment. The church dates back to the 1100s. It played an important role during the Battle of Lund in 1676 and was intended as a Swedish viewpoint, but the battles were fought farther south. However, held an impromptu staff meeting on horseback a few hundred meters from the church. Where Charles XI decided to deliver battle and Skåne became Swedish. Both the Swedish, Danish and Scanian history was thus next Stångby church.
Rickard Joensson (3 years ago)
It is a cozy little village ?
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