Thursday, July 30, 2015


An official from Sweden. 

Foto: Börje Lejon
SE-85245, sent by Anette.
Tranemo Church, built in the 1880s, is one of Emil Langlet’s twelve central churches.
The interior was given a more oblong shape in the 1930s, but in 1993 the original idea was readopted, namely to make baptism and communion visible at the centre of the church interior.
Two of the galleries that had previously been removed were reconstructed and later the church was also given its freestanding altar table. - in: