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Kågeröd Church
Medieval Christian art in Sweden. Copyright Lars-Olof Albertson
Medieval diocese: Lund
Province: Skåne
Municipality: Svalöv
Constructed
13th century
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Description
The church was built in romaesque style 12th - 13th century. In 1560 the owner of Knutstorp castel - Otto Brahe become patron of the church and the church was enlarged in east. (Otto Brahes son - Thycho Brahe was a famous astronom working in insel Ven and Prague in 17th century.) In 1780 the church was enlarged towards north.
In late 15th century the church was painted with murals by the Everlöv workshop. Today remains two vaults with paintings. The paintings were whitewashed in 18th century and were recovered in 1873 but has never been touched up.

Bibliography
A Catalogue of Wall-Paintings in Medieval Denmark 1100-1600. Scania Halland Blekinge. II. Catalogue A-M Copenhagen 1976. pp 240-243
Lena Liepe, Den medeltida träskulpturen i Skåne. En bilddokumentation, Lund 1995 pp 298 - 299