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Nosslinge Church North side Himledalen Sweden
Sweden

The wooden church in Nösslinge in Himledalens congregation is beautifully situated next to the lake Neden. It was built sometime in between in 1200-1300 BC, the oldest part a door is now days stored in Halmstad museum. Amongst the inventories are the priest chair from 1575, the medieval baptize bowl, and some spectacular roof paintings.

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