Sjørslev Church is built of granite ashlars in the Romanesque period, the church was part of Aunsbjerg Estate until 1954. Until around 1130, the building consisted only of chancel and nave. In 1544, the local baron Mogens Goye, owner of the estate, started a major renovation and modernisation of the church and is responsible for the large squared tower. Further expansions were made in 1768 and onwards. The christening font is of particular interest, showing depictions of a double lion with human head, and is believed to date from 1123-45.
Open from 7-17 in the summer and 8-16 in the winter
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CoordinatesLongtitude : 9.442021
Latitude : 56.329003