Brännkyrka Church

Stockholm, Sweden

Oldest parts of the Brännkyrka church was built in the 12th century. There are notes that there has been four serious fires in the church. It is assumed that the name Brännkyrka ('burnt church') was given after a fire around 1400, since it was named 'Vantör' before that time.

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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Consolidation (Sweden)

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Johan Tornberg (11 months ago)
Modern inredning, med de bekvämligheter man kan förvänta sig.
Peter Janeček (11 months ago)
Peaceful place, nice for those seeking silence. Good place for walks.
Matti Ylijukuri (12 months ago)
Trevlig liten "lantortskyrka" i storstan. Tyvärr kunde jag inte fota just då, eftersom det pågick en konfirmationsgudtjänst.
Elisabeth Kelleher (2 years ago)
Great place for sledging
Sha Op (3 years ago)
"It should forever be!" © Anders Nyström.
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