Böda Church, external view
|Denomination||Church of Sweden|
History and architecture
Böda Church was built during the second half of the 12th century as a Romanesque church with nave, a narrower choir and apse. During the late 12th and early 13th century, the church was rebuilt into a fortified church. During the reconstruction, the apse was removed and the nave and choir made equally broad.
The church was almost completely rebuilt 1801-03. The new church incorporates a few medieval elements, notably the Romanesque north portal. The church furnishings are post-Reformation works of art.
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