Tullstorp Church

Klagstorp, Sweden

The red-brick Tullstorp church was built in 1840s. The octagonal church is designed by C. G. Brunius and it replaced a former medieval church.



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Founded: 1840
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Union with Norway and Modernization (Sweden)


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Roger Karlsson (4 years ago)
Only the runestone was visited
Patrik Ström (4 years ago)
Do not miss the runestone!
Carin Nilsson (5 years ago)
Always very nice. Skilled workers at the church
Esmeralda Tebar Flores (5 years ago)
A simple and beautiful church, in its cemetery is a rune stone.
Ingrid Bosseldal (6 years ago)
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