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Lem Church

Romanesque ashlar church with apse, ornamented with an elegant arched frieze of granite. Romanesque stone mason art in ashlar. Romanesque baptismal font with foliation and blood groove on the base dating back to heathen time. Gothic tower and porch. There are murals in the side aisle. New glass mosaic window above the altar. Construction year unknown - probably 13th century.

A key is available from the vicar or the grave digger.