The oldest parts of the Film Church were built probably in the late 1400s. The large stone-made annex outside was built in 1767 for the labour of near Österbybruk Ironworks. The altar and pulpit were made in the Baroque style in 1732. The triumphal crucifix date from the Middle Ages.

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Founded: 15th century
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Kalmar Union (Sweden)

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Arne Forsling (9 months ago)
Beautifully located!
Eric A.L. Axner (13 months ago)
Pretty and well-kept, so stop by if you're heading this way!
Hylaeus (2 years ago)
Beautiful medieval church
Kerstin Blad (2 years ago)
Here is peace for stressed souls.
Slime Slice (2 years ago)
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