A Tegnér barn (Swedish: Tegnérlada) or Tegnér church (Swedish: Tegnérkyrka) is a popular nickname given to churchbuildings, usually in rural Sweden built in the late 18th and early 19th century, when Esaias Tegnér was bishop of the Diocese of Växjö within the Church of Sweden. They are usually white, and built in Neoclassicist style, with a tall churchtower, connected to the main building. Many of the churchbuildings were built replacing demolished Medieval churchbuildings. As the population of Sweden was increasing, the new churches were larger, able to house more people inside.

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  • En Tegnérlada eller Tegnérkyrka är en folklig benämning på den typ av mycket rymliga landsbygdskyrkor i nyklassisk stil som växjöbiskopen Esaias Tegnér förespråkade under de första decennierna av 1800-talet. Ofta revs medeltida kyrkor för att göra plats för stora kyrkobyggnader som kan upplevas som både själlösa och omotiverat stora. Syftet var bland annat att de skulle rymma hela socknens vuxna befolkning, vilket blev akut efter den stora befolkningsökningen i Sverige under 1800-talets första hälft. (sv)
  • A Tegnér barn (Swedish: Tegnérlada) or Tegnér church (Swedish: Tegnérkyrka) is a popular nickname given to churchbuildings, usually in rural Sweden built in the late 18th and early 19th century, when Esaias Tegnér was bishop of the Diocese of Växjö within the Church of Sweden. They are usually white, and built in Neoclassicist style, with a tall churchtower, connected to the main building. Many of the churchbuildings were built replacing demolished Medieval churchbuildings. As the population of Sweden was increasing, the new churches were larger, able to house more people inside. (en)
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  • En Tegnérlada eller Tegnérkyrka är en folklig benämning på den typ av mycket rymliga landsbygdskyrkor i nyklassisk stil som växjöbiskopen Esaias Tegnér förespråkade under de första decennierna av 1800-talet. Ofta revs medeltida kyrkor för att göra plats för stora kyrkobyggnader som kan upplevas som både själlösa och omotiverat stora. Syftet var bland annat att de skulle rymma hela socknens vuxna befolkning, vilket blev akut efter den stora befolkningsökningen i Sverige under 1800-talets första hälft. (sv)
  • A Tegnér barn (Swedish: Tegnérlada) or Tegnér church (Swedish: Tegnérkyrka) is a popular nickname given to churchbuildings, usually in rural Sweden built in the late 18th and early 19th century, when Esaias Tegnér was bishop of the Diocese of Växjö within the Church of Sweden. They are usually white, and built in Neoclassicist style, with a tall churchtower, connected to the main building. Many of the churchbuildings were built replacing demolished Medieval churchbuildings. As the population of Sweden was increasing, the new churches were larger, able to house more people inside. (en)
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  • Tegnér barn (en)
  • Tegnérlada (sv)
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