four dragons, three vanes, two crowns

This dragon is probably rather contemporary and  mounted on a cottage from the 17th century called “Dragon cottage”.

On a bell tower belonging to an medieval church in the countryside.

On the top of an old town hall. The town hall opened 1744, which makes the two years – 1664 and 1720 – on the vane strange. I haven’t found any information on what these dates refer to.

On the top of an old bell tower belonging to yet another medieval church. Quite a naughty dragon considering its position.

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One Response to four dragons, three vanes, two crowns

  1. sartenada says:

    Lovely photos. I am interesting to know the name of this medieval church and where in Sweden.

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