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After you finish with the church, you should visit the waterfront. Lysekil is the largest town on the coast. It’s at the tip of a peninsula. There is a wonderful hike down to the water past a lot of pink granite. Lovely!
Lysekil church stands on a high point and can be seen for miles around. No wonder it is used as a navigation marker for sea farers. It is made of the red granite which was cut only a few hundred yards from its position. It...More
This church is the first in Sweden we visit son no comparison yet but to us it looked very friendly and well balanced. All about community and caring with a lot of kid stuff a special room for them to play and a couple of...More
This amazing church towers above the skyline of the town. It has a large free car park and is built from red granite from a local quarry. The present church is the third to be built. Along the western aisle ,is an old piece from...More
Just impressing architecture from the beginning of the 20th century. The drawings in the roof, the altarpiece and the pulpit as survived a fire in the German church in Gothenburg. If you want peace and silence or listen to a concert I can recommend this...More
Landmark Lysekil Church is visible for miles as it towers above the coastal Swedish town of Lysekil. Serving as a navagation mark, the spectacular narrow spire rises 95 feet above sea level. For visitors, the most dramatic views are seaside whereby one has enough distance...More