Furingstad Church, Sweden.Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
In Furingstad there is the best preserved medieval church on Vikbolandet, east of Norrköping. The foundations of the church’s building history are now clarified through an annual analysis of the wooden material of the different building parts (dendrochronological analysis). Parts of the choir’s roof also show signs of being reused from an older building. Material for the nave was cut in the years 1163-65. The trees used for the choir’s roof were felled in the winter of 1166/67. The tower is also erected at the same time but these test results are less accurate. Thus, we can assume that the three building parts were walled up at the same time, but that the roofing was done in stages and that the upper parts of the tower were probably completed somewhat later. The choir was expanded in 1345. The Church was photographed by Johan Stenvall and with a DJI Mavic 2 pro drone.