Timrå Church

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Timrå Church
Timrå kyrka
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Timrå Church in October 2011
Timra Church
Location Timrå
Country Sweden
Denomination Church of Sweden
History
Consecrated 16 October 1796 (1796-10-16)
Administration
Parish Timrå
Diocese Härnösand

The Timrå Church (Swedish : Timrå kyrka) is a church building in Östrand in Timrå, Sweden. Belonging to the Timrå Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was inaugurated on 16 October 1796. [1]

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References

  1. "Timrå kyrka" (in Swedish). Swedish National Heritage Board. Retrieved 2 February 2021.

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Coordinates: 62°28′35″N17°18′55″E / 62.4763°N 17.3154°E / 62.4763; 17.3154