The church was opened in 1762 by dean Westblad and it was named Gustavi Church. It was constructed from timber in the form of a crucifix. The roof was plated with forged iron plates manufactured in the area (Strömsdal). The roof lasted for 180 years.
You can read a lot more on the website.
The church is well preserved and worth a visit, not only for the beautiful altar piece but also for the view from the church :)
When you take a walk you can see al the typical things in s swedish viallage. You have the small supermarket, a little café, probably a pizza stand of some kind. Fredriksberg is the same but with a little bit more to offer!
Some call it boring, some call it pitoresque, I call it a small village :-)
The café is small and cosy, with great staff, good coffee and great waffles. They also sell some handicrafts in the café which makes it extra interesting to go inside the café and see what you can find.
If you con't feel lika just sitting down and talk try the "guest-crochet" which they have laying around for everyone to contribute.
Favorite Dish: The waffles ofcourse!