The country church - dedicated to St. George - is considered to be the oldest of Tåsinge's three churches.
If this assumption holds true, the church at some point was the only church on the island. The oldest part of the church - the apse, choir, and nave - is built in Romanesque style, and was constructed of limestone on a base of ashlar around 1150.
In 1450, the church was extended to the west and vaults were added to the nave. The tower and porch on the south side of the church - now used as a chapel - were built in 1634. On the tower, the initials P S A 1634 can be seen, with the letters standing for Peder Søffresen Aarhus, who was the priest at the church at that time.
In the churchyard, you will find the gravesite of Elvira Madigan and Sixten Sparre. At the Tåsinge Museum, you can see the exhibition about Elvira Madigan and Sixten Sparre.