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Old church of Ytterlännäs, Sweden
Sweden

The old church of Ytterlännäs  is situated near Kramfors in the province of Västernorrland, Sweden. It dates back to the 12th century with extensions made in the 15th century. The interior show well preserved wall paintings from around 1490.

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