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Welcome to Kinnarumma old wooden church from the 1690s, today a popular baptismal and wedding church, with its parish house outside the church wall.

The Church, then, from Kinnarumma parish in Marks District, and is also called Ramnakyrkan. The altarpiece and the large pulpit stems from an even older edition of the Church, from the 1500s. The ceiling paintings are done in the 1750s by Borås bourgeois Detleff Ross and represents the Trinity, the Ascension, the Resurrection and Hell. Other equipment coming from other churches in Sjuhäradsbygden.

The bell tower is from Ear parish, Gäsene District, and is manufactured in 1671. The time from Mo church and originates from 1533 but was recast in 1916. The bells were carried out with the rope of the sexton or another parish member who received the assignment. The sexton rang the bell for weekly holidays, feast, death and burial, but also about something that happened at the fire, mourning or mobilisering.Så late as1820, a wedding couple on this chick rock from Tarp parish Ridge District. The stone lay just outside the cemetery wall and was used for the bridal couple exodus from the Church. Then the bride and groom show off to the people while the music played and the horses were prepared for the trip home. The stone age is unknown.

Contact information

Borås Museum
Borås Museum

Phone: +46-33358580

Website: www.boras.se/borasmuseum

Opening hours

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Opening in 2015 Borås Museum / air museum 15 May to 15 September: Tue - Sun 11-16 Mon closed 16 September to 14 May: closed, open for booked school classes / groups Opening hours holidays Sat May 23 Whitsun Eve 11-16 Sun May 24 Pentecost 11-16 Sat June 6 National Day closed Fri June 19 Midsummer 11-16 Sat June 20 Midsummer Day closed