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Glimmingehus is a medieval era castle located at Simrishamn Municipality, Scania in southern Sweden. It is the best preserved medieval stronghold in Scandinavia. It was built 1499-1506, during an era when Scania formed a vital part of Denmark, and contains many defensive arrangements of the era.
From the Great Hall you enter through a strangely decorated doorstep into the most puzzling room of the castle, which has been called both the Church, the Frustugan and the Praktvåningen. A number of stone reliefs by Adam van Düren are walled into the room’s walls. The doorstep facing the House inside looks like it was of early medieval Romanesque style but is probably made by van Diiren. The reliefs of the crucifixion scene and Mary with the child are unmistakable works by him and the former is also signed by Adam van Düren in 1505.