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Ang: Round churches
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Speaking of Bornholm and it's round churches: There's a book by an danish writer - Erling Haagensen - describing the complex patterns of Bornholm and the constructions there, much in accordance with what you mention. It's very interesting. I'm not sure if this book is available in english, but anyway it's a wondrous work.
If you're interested, I can give the name of the book and it's publisher.
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