Götene kyrka is a small church in the Anglosaxon style from the 11th century with truly magnificent frescoes in the choir.
Right: the base of the arch (northside) shwows a bishop.
Left: Mary taking Jesus of the cross; middle: the passion; right: three female Swedish saints: Katarina of Vadstena and her mother Birgitta of Vadstena and Helena.
Hedared Chapel is the last surviving stave church in Sweden. Although stave churches are in most cases older then stone churches, this church dates from around the year 1500.
Middle and right: most of the paintings are 18th century, like the mock-up curtains and the portrait of the evangelist Johannes.
In the choir were some mediëval paintings (technically probably not frescoes, but who cares). Originally they were painted on the outer wall. The paintings of the coronation of the Virgin Mary had later been covered by panelling and were completely forgotten until they were discovered during restoration works in the 1930's.
Vadstena (and monastery chapel)