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Oesterlars rundkirke bornholm
Denmark

Rundkirken er bygget i romansk stil og indviet til Sankt Laurentius.

Skt. Laurentius' kirke regnes for den ældste af de fire rundkirker, selvom man ikke helt præcist ved, hvornår kirkerne blev bygget. Sandsynligvis går kirken tilbage til ca. 1150

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