Stately Romanesque church with an apse, choir and nave made of granite ashlar, and a late Gothic porch made of bricks. The porch covers a beautiful granite portal with two couples of pillars under a tympanum showing Christ between St. Peter and Paul. The tower with its onion-shaped lantern spire was built in 1592. All windows in the northern wall are the original Romanesque ones. The nave has a panelled ceiling with pateras, dating back to 1606. Romanesque font with male and female figures set up in an archade. Richly carved pulpit from 1602. In the porch gable a Romanesque headstone from about 1150 is placed with reliefs showing a married couple and an ox.
Last updated byVisit Vejen turistinformation firstname.lastname@example.org
City / Area
Museums, Galleries and crafts
- access by appointment only
CoordinatesLongtitude : 9.2331169999
Latitude : 55.480615