Borrie church is one of the diocese's oldest and most interesting church buildings, built in 1100's during the century's first half. The style is Romanesque and inspired by Anglo-Irish architecture
Borrie church dates from the early 1100's and according to the experts one of the diocese of Lund's most interesting medieval buildings. The building material is mixed, in irregular shifts placed aggregate, mostly limestone and (in the building's eastern part) carved sandstone. The building has a typical Romanesque style with a nave, a lower and narrower cows and a semicircular apse at the east.