February 2, 2020
Park at the church in Munkarp.
What I remember is the old church north of the new one.
The church was built in the 1100s.
It was replaced in the 19th century by a new church and demolished in 1883.
My memory is not correct.
See a wooden cross glimpse to the west between tree trunks
Goes down to the edge of a field, through bushes and over a stone wall.
There is the ruin. Snowdrops bloom by an old tombstone.
Low foundations remain of the church.
There is a wooden cross in the choir. On the wall grows Polypody.
The cemetery is surrounded by a stone wall,
to the north and west with rusty gates.
There are several fine tombstones and iron crosses.
Difficult to read texts on most.
From the site there is a view of the landscape in the northwest.
South of the church are medieval tombs, stone slabs with round curbs.
There is also the real entrance at a school.
Going down to the road through the village. There is a parking,
the driveway to the school is not allowed to drive.
Squirrels play in the trees.
Drive to Billinge for coffee and bun at Billinge Bakery and Café.
GPS: WGS84 decimal (lat, lon) 55.948245, 13.448918