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Bjergby Kirke

Bjergby Church is from the great days of church building, 1100-1200. Rebuilt in the 1400s into one room without partition between the chancel and the nave; from this same period we have the wide Gothic windows with flat arch. The pulpit and altar piece are in the style of rural Renaissance, about 1625. A late gotic chancel arch crucifix is hung on the north wall of the nave. The benches are from 1648.