Fuglie church was built to the site of demolished medieval church in 1902-1904. It represents the Gothic Revival style and is designed by A. W. Lundberg. The remarkable altar is from the older church and made in 1595. The font, made of oak, dates from the 1600s. There are also two runestones located at the churchyard (so-called Fuglie Stone 1 and 2).

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610, Trelleborg, Sweden
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Founded: 1902-1904
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Union with Norway and Modernization (Sweden)

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Ragnhild Knutsson (2 years ago)
Beautiful place my home church
Ann-Margreth weiland (3 years ago)
The church where I live
Joakim Rengbrandt (3 years ago)
Nice church outside of Malmö.
nick bruno (4 years ago)
Came to view rune stones. Small cemetery...quiet and peaceful setting. A nice place to visit.
Jonas Rosenberg (4 years ago)
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