Ulrika Museum T O W N T O U R
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A village tour
Ulrika Eleonora Church
Ulrika is a small village which lies in woodland in the southern part of county Östergötland, Sweden. Ulrika was confirmed as a parish by the King's resolution on the 5th February 1761.
On the 1st of June 1737 the bishop consecrated the church. The church got the name Ulrika Eleonora after the Swedish Queen. The church building was not finished at the time of the consecration ceremony. Shingle on the roof and panelling on the walls were attached later on. In 1742 the church porch was built and in 1755 the church gallery was built. The roof in the sanctuary was painted and visualised the Trinity. The painter was Master I G Stoltz from Vadstena.