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If you visit Sealand this is must to see.
The impossant church dates back to 1170 - and is the oldest church of bricks in the most norhern part of Europe.
It is considered to be one of Denmark's architecturally finest churches. Furthermore, it is...More
This is the first regular grave church of the Danish royalty, used by the Jelling dynasty, until the power of the church hierarchy shifted to Roskilde.
The unique grave of Erik Menved and his queen, with alabaster details, is located right in front of the...More
Surprisingly, this was never a cathedral, but the Danish kings and their kin were buried in this church in the 1100-1200s and are now resting under its floor. The statue in front of it is of Valdemar the great, born posthumously to king Knud Lavard...More
When you enter Sct. Bendt, you get the feeling of being in a cathedral. The structure is cross-shaped with a central tower, typical of Romanesque architecture. It is considered to be one of Denmark's architecturally finest churches and the oldest brick church in Scandinavia and...More
Sct. Bendts Church is the oldest church in Denmark, build in bricks. It's from the 15'th century, and when you I.e. visit the alter, notice the old chairs in both sides. Centuries old, with carvings made by young people even in the 18'th century. Denmarks...More
The church is all that remains from a Benedictine monastery, and is said to be the oldest brick church in Denmark; Danish kings and queens were buried there during XII-XIV centuries. Opens at 11am, closes at 3 pm. Has its own free parking lot, at...More