Näs church

Address: Trollenäs, 24192 Eslöv Show map

Address: Trollenäs, 24192 Eslöv

On a hill next to the castle stands Näs church from the 12th century. From Midsummer's Day and the end of August held church services in the Näs church.

Näs Church stands on a hill behind Trollenäs Castle. It got its present appearance in 1860, when the tower from 1640 was pulled down. Of the medieval Romanesque church from the 12th century only the nave and
the apse are still there to be seen. The vaults have paintings from the 15th century. The tomb stones in the brick floor are from the 15th and 16th centuries. Underneath a lime slab is the entrance to the crypt, where there are six coffins with the remnants of deceased members of the Trolle and Thott families. The baptismal font from the 12th century was probably intended for another church in the neighbourhood. The original font is lost.

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