The Romanesque nave of Ejby Church dates from c. 1150–1200. It was extended to the east in the Gothic period, and tower, vestry and porch wered added around 1500. The baptismal font dates from c. 1300. It was created in Gothland limestone and decorated with engraved figures of apostles and saints. The canopy type altarpiece was painted in 1596 with catechism tablets.The pulpit in auricular style dates from 1625.



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Founded: 1150–1200
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Consolidation (Sweden)

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Henrik Forsstrøm (8 months ago)
Really nice church and very nice well-kept Kirkegaard
the nebiyat (3 years ago)
Friendly priests
Ove Hedal (4 years ago)
Beautiful nice church, was married here over 40 years ago.
John Hansen (4 years ago)
Ejby Church is an ancient medieval church, consisting of a Romanesque ship (from about 1150 - 1200) with Gothic east extension, to which, in the late Gothic era (around the year 1500), three extensions were added, namely tower, sacristy and porch. The baptismal font dates from around 1300. It is made of Gothic limestone and is equipped with engraved apostle and saint figures. The altarpiece was painted in 1596 and is of the canopy type with catechism boards. The pulpit, in cartilage baroque, dates from 1625.
Jan Sognnes Rasmussen (5 years ago)
Beautiful whitewashed village church, which is a feast for the eyes. The church was built around the year 1150 with a Gothic extension to the east. In late Gothic times (around 1500) 3 extensions were made: tower, sacristy and porch. The church passed into private ownership in 1911
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