Bonderup Church

Lund, Sweden

Bonderup Church was built in Romanesque style in the 12th century. The vaulting was added in the 15th century and the tower in 1850. The tower was damaged by lightning in 1916 and rebuilt. The altarpiece dates from the 1600s.



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Bonderups Kyrka 432, Lund, Sweden
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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Consolidation (Sweden)


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Mark Geduldig-Yatrofsky (4 months ago)
A charming old church built around the first millennium and periodically updated, it still reflects its antiquity. Some of the descriptive material is in English. Because of the Swedish practice of reusing unmaintained graves, I found no markers older than 150 years and many that are more contemporary.
Pierre Blanchet (6 months ago)
It's big and beautiful ! But really there is nothing much to see.
Ola Berg (21 months ago)
Ok, but I don't like churches.
Hans Lindgren (2 years ago)
A place with visible and aura of a long history
Gea Buisman (3 years ago)
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