Norra Nöbbelöv Church

Lund, Sweden

The original church in Norra Nöbbelöv was built in the 12th century, but it was demolished in 1899. The current Neo-Gothic style church was completed in 1901. The font (made in the 12th century) was moved from the old church. The triptych from the 15th century is today located at Lund University Historical Museum.



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Founded: 1900-1901
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Union with Norway and Modernization (Sweden)


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Hans Lossmann (18 months ago)
A beautiful and quite small church built between 1900-1901 but with interior objects that dates back to 1100 century. It’s surrounded by lush greenery (in the summer) and within walking distance from Nöbbe mosse and close to valkärra kyrka. A historical mass grave with soldiers from the battle of Lund (war between Denmark and Sweden) was found 1995 and is marked out by the side.
Lars Bertil Olsson (20 months ago)
Really nice old church.
Vilma Cecilia Zelaya de Cardona (2 years ago)
The church is very pretty.
Jouni Lehtonen (2 years ago)
Yes it is great can not say anything else!
Stefan Larsson (2 years ago)
No transept, unlike for example the Church of St. Servatius in Maastricht, but otherwise a very good church.
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