On our way back from visiting the glass museum at Limmared we took a little detour into the countryside to have a look at the church at Södra Åsarp.
The main part of the church is said to be from the 12th century. The wooden porch was added in the first half of the 19th century, and the sacristy in 1928.
Unfortunately (but not unexpectedly) the church was not open, so we were not able to go inside.
We did go round the back for some more views, though.
The cypresses in the churchyard are quite impressive.
Wikipedia does not say how old the present bell tower is, only that the bell inside is from medeival times.
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