Church in Södra Håslöv
Håslövs Kyrka was built in the years 1879-80 in neo-gothic style according to the designs by the well known royal architect Helgo Zettervall. It was consecrated on July 16th 1882. Due to its imposing size the church is also called as Söderslätts katedral (Söderslätt's cathedral).
The plan of the church has the shape of a Latin cross. Large parts of the outer fronts are made from handmade bricks. The entire building consists of a wide variety of different materials such as granite, field stones, Portland cement, colored glass, pine wood and more.
In the northern choir wing there are some objects from the former medieval church, such as a baptismal font from the 17th century, the old pulpit from 1632 and an altar from the 18th century.