Södra Råda Old Church

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Södra Råda Old Church
Södra Råda gamla kyrka
South Rada church Sweden.jpg
Södra Råda Old Church
LocationGullspång Municipality
CountrySweden
DenominationChurch of Sweden
Administration
ParishAmnehärad
DioceseSkara
Paintings inside the church were dated to 1323.

Södra Råda Old Church (Swedish: Södra Råda gamla kyrka) was a timbered church building in Gullspång Municipality in Sweden. The church was dated to the 14th century. It was one of the oldest preserved wooden churches in Sweden.

The church was destroyed by a fire on 12 November 2001.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Peter Björneblad (2004). "Kyrkan brinner!" (PDF) (in Swedish). Swedish National Heritage Board. p. 12. Retrieved 2 December 2014.

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Media related to Södra Råda gamla kyrka at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 59°00′14″N 14°12′15″E / 59.00389°N 14.20417°E / 59.00389; 14.20417