July 25, 2014
A small whitewashed church with no tower, built in 1759-61.
By the initiativ of Hans Ramel.
Built as a chapel for Övedskloster.
A typical rococo church.
The road up to the church is lined with a lime-tree alley.
I'm on another excursion, the door to the church is open.
Out oozes organ music.
At the chancel sit a man and plays.
"I try to get rid of the ring rust before a wedding."
The nave is decorated with little angels.
An unadorned room.
Over the altar is a different reredos, a gilded sun, from the 1757th
The organ was built 1806th
On one wall is an epitaph in marble for Hans Ramel and his wife.
In the church there is a gentry bleachers.
In the crypt under rest Hans Ramel and his wife.
Down there one do not get.