Hult Church was completed in 1841. It replaced the near medieval church, which was demolished later. The pulpit (made in the 1600s), altar (1673) and font (1200s) have been brought from the previous church.

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Kyrkbyvägen 11, Hult, Sweden
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Founded: 1841
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Union with Norway and Modernization (Sweden)

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Rebecca Falkser (11 months ago)
A beautiful church
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Very nice church
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