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It's a very old church = If you're into history and can appreciate something for what it is then go visit. I would say if you are "in the area" or "on the way" it's worth a brief stop. Not much to do other than...More
The Husaby Kyrka is for sure one of the most important historical place in Sweden. With thousands of year you can go inside for free and see it. Small but very interesting to understand better the Swedish history/ culture.
The start of Christendom. This large church for kings from the 11th century was bulit in a for Sweden Carolingan Roman style. Beautiful interior and outside setting. Listen to the story of the place inside. Visit the well of Saint Sigfrid nearby where our first...More
Husaby Church is a lovely Romanesque church with a three-steeple stone tower that dates from the early 12th century. Inside, worth noting are a rare wooden screen from 1670, a 13th century Gothic triumph crucifix, a 13th century baptismal font, and a medieval altar. The...More
Visiting the church at Husaby is a special experience. The location is really off the beaten track. You might wonder why a church would be built here. Take a short walk down the road to the ruins of the Bishop's castle. You begun to get...More