The tower of Fröjel Church was originally built in the 1100’s and other parts in the 14th century. The tower, made for defensive purposes, is today ruined. Between the lychgate and the church is located a maze, called “trojeborg”, of unknown age.

There are mural paintings in chancel dating from the 14th century. The triumph crucifix was made around 1300 and the foundation of font date from the 12th century. The pulpit, made in 1600, has interesting paintings.

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

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4.3/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Brian P (13 months ago)
Nice old church.
Armin P. (13 months ago)
Wonderful place for contemplation and silence.
Ted Moleff (15 months ago)
We enjoyed the visit.
Tobias Göth (2 years ago)
Nicely located church with a view of the sea. Check out Kastalen oxå!
Joanna Stokłosa (2 years ago)
A well-kept beautiful little church with a lovely cemetery. Fragrant with old age :-) I deduct one star for not being able to listen to the recording of the guide (in several languages). The equipment was in the church, but it didn't work.
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