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Fåglum is a cavity wall church in the south-western part of Västergötland. It originally had an apse and a narrow chancel-arch. One of the two timbers forming the south capping piece of the wall plate of the nave and the remains of a tie beam in the west gable come from oaks which were felled in the period 1133 - 1137.