This church was built in the 11th century but was rebuilt 1881-1883. The oldest item in the church is the baptismal font (it probably there when the original church was built). The church itself is dedicated to Saint Nicholas (it’s name being “St. Nicolai kyrka).
The church of Saint Olof also known as Skanör church was built in the 13th century. One of many churches in the region built in the same era.
The Church of Saint Peter , or St. Petri Kyrka. Construction began in 1319
and its 105 metre tower is a well known landmark in Malmö, Sweden.
This bunker-like concrete church stands not far from where I live . The building lost its function as a church a long time ago and I don’t know who built it
nor the brand of christianity it once housed.
The Church itself was rebuilt in the 19th century..
I wonder who was there…?