Moved from Bosebo, Småland to Lund in 1894-5
Bosebo Church was originally built in Bosebo village in Småland, Sweden, and opened 1652. When Esaias Tegnér was bishop in Växjö many old wooden churches were torn down and replaced with stone churches. Bosebo church was luckily saved and bought by Kulturen. It was disassembled in 1894, och re-erected at Kulturen again during 1895. This is now a museum church and does not belong to the Swedish church.
Bell tower was built in the 1950s with a bell cast in Copenhagen 1621 and was previously in Vallkärra Church.
I took these photographs in March 2016 after getting a permission to use a tripod. To take the church images I do, I always need to use a tripod since very long exposures are needed in the often dark and contrasty environment. This church is unusually dark as you can see and the longest exposures are 80 seconds to collect enough light from above the organ.
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Map, address, and coordinates
Continent / Country (Landscape): Europe / Lund, Scania, Sweden
Address: Kulturen, 223 50 Lund, Sweden
Coordinates: 55.7047113, 13.1978845
Date visited: 2016-03-08