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Hasle Church

Hasle Church is built on a site with a very high elevation, and the 16th-century tower has thus often served as a navigation point.

The original part of the church was built in the mid 12th century, while the porch is from 1871-72.

The corner of the tower features a curious stone carving of a man and a woman who appear to be listening, with a hand cupped behind their ear. The woman is holding a ring that perces the snout of a fictitious beast with a man's body and an animal's head.