Everlöv Church (Swedish: Everlövs kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church built in the Romanesque style. Located some 14 km (8.7 mi) southwest of Sjöbo in southern Sweden, it belongs to the Diocese of Lund. The church is noted for the many frescos which decorate the vaulted ceilings in the nave and the chancel.
Swedish Easter- kids dress up as Easter witches and knock on doors and get candy or money while giving a hand drawn card as exchange. This has to do of the old believes that the witches flew on brooms to dance with the devil at the blue hills.