As promised earlier, here are some photos of the little church that someone disassembled board by board and moved from the middle of the country to here. This is a repeat of a much longer post that would not load this morning, so I am breaking it up into smaller chunks.
The entire ceiling is painted and must have been pretty impressive in the 1720s when it was built.
This is where brides were sequestered during their wedding ceremonies until the appropriate moment. Today fully 50% of Sweden’s elected officials are women.
One of two small organs.
The all but obligatory ship model, given in appreciation by a ship’s crew that evidently averted disaster in nearby seas.
Looking towards the altar.
And we’ll end this post with a photo of the guy who made it happen.