It belongs to the Diocese of Lund. It was built during the 15th century and was during the Middle Ages a local pilgrimage site.
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History and architecture[ edit ] Interior view towards the choir Fru Alstad Church dates in its entirety from the 15th century, but the remains of an older church have been found during examinations of the presently visible church. The church lies on a hill and dominates the landscape around it.
It lies in a small hamlet, and to the west of the church lies a small springwhich during the Middle Ages was considered holy.
In the churchyard, the remains of what is assumed to have been a defensive wall have been discovered,  and as late dating sweden ljunghusen an earth rampart surrounded the church.
Some of the doors of the church are still marked by bullet holes dating from dating sweden ljunghusen wars between Denmark and Sweden in the 17th century. The nave dates from the second half of the same century.
The ceiling is supported by star-shaped vaults which are in turn supported by an octagonal pillar in the middle of the room.
The pillar carries several inscriptions and markings house marks by pilgrims from the Middle Ages. Partially embedded in the western wall is a slender bell tower.
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In the choir stand two late medieval wooden sculptures, depicting John the Evangelist and Saint Peter. The church also has a triumphal cross dating from the 15th century, which was reinstalled in the church during a renovation in —7.
The pulpit dates from the s and the altarpiece from