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Gamborg Church

The church, situated on a ridge north of the town, has a Romanesque chancel and nave, built of rough boulders on uneven, rough-hewn granite base.

The choir's east end is a Romanesque stone figure of a relief, which seem to imagine a flounder.

Already in Roman times, perhaps not long after the church was build, the church was extended with 10 M. to the west.