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Uggerslev Kirke

In the middle of North Funen on the North Funen plain lies the fine whitewashed Uggerslev Church in the old village Uggerslev!

Uggerslev church was built in the 12th century in boulders, and the late Gothic extension was made of monk stone.

The tower was first built in 1754.

Worth a look:

  • Walled altar table and altarpiece from the 19th century
  • Pulpit from the beginning of the 17th century
  • Gotland limestone baptismal font from 1350 with animal reliefs
  • Small crucifix from the Renaissance

The church is normally closed.