Saint Nicholas' Church

Sölvesborg, Sweden

The oldest part of the church of Saint Nicholas is from the late 13th century, but the nave was built some decades later. In the 14th century, the church formed part of a Carmelite convent. The altarpiece and pulpit were made in 1620s.

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

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Harold, The One Who Grows (5 years ago)
Eric Kuijpers (6 years ago)
Mooie rijk versierde kerk. De moeite waard om van binnen te bekijken. Midden in leuk, gezellig stadje.
Lars-Göran Hedén (6 years ago)
ابو احمد البردان (6 years ago)
كنيسة
Krister Wollin Persson (7 years ago)
Vacker medeltida kyrka med vackra medeltida bibelska takmålningar i taken. Altartavlan 1600-tal samt fina tak- valv, även gammal predikstol. Väl värt ett besök.
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