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Churches in Østsalling

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At this page you will find an overview of Danish churches in Østsalling.

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Junget Church
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Junget Church

From the outside, the church appears as a long house church with no visible transition between chancel and nave. The nave, built of granite ashlar, is the only remaining part of the original Romanesqu...

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Selde Church
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Selde Church

The mediaeval village church was built in the 12th century. A quite impressive church beautifully situated at the highest point in the village. The oldest parts of the church, chancel and nave, are bu...

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Åsted Church
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Åsted Church

Romanesque granite ashlar chancel and nave were built in the 12th century. The chancel arch is decorated with beautiful fresco paintings from 1563.

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Durup Church
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Durup Church

Romanesque style ashlar church with Gothic style tower. In 1931 the tower was rebuilt and a porch was added. The pulpit with paintings of Christ and the evangelists dates back to mid-17th century. The...

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Thorum Church
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Thorum Church

A Romanesque church with three late Gothic style additions - tower, transept, porch and chapel. The building, which is made of ashlar, bears the impress of having been rebuilt.
The baptismal font is in...

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Tøndering Church
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Tøndering Church

Tøndering Church is a romanesque ashlar church with apse, chancel and nave. The tower was added in late mediaeval time. Renaissance style altarpiece and pulpit.


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Roslev Church
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Roslev Church

13th century Romanesque ashlar church. Late Gothic tower and side aisle. Renaissance altarpiece. 14th century bell founded by Nikolaus.


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Rybjerg Church
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Rybjerg Church

The impressive and interesting Romanesque ashlar church was built with apse, chancel and nave. In late Middle Ages, the tower and porch were added, and the dominating chapel on the south side dates ba...

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Grinderslev Church
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Grinderslev Church

Impressive Romanesque Augustinian abbey church with a beautifully decorated apse. Gothic style tower and two side aisle chapels. Four granite low reliefs on the casing stone over the clerical door. Fr...

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Thise Church
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Thise Church

Around the year 1200, Thise church was built next to one of the many tumuli in the parish, and it is the easternmost church in the Salling-region. The church consists of a Romanesque chancel and nave ...

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Jebjerg Church
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Jebjerg Church

The church was built in Neoromanesque style during 1923-24. The ashlar from the original Romanesque church was reutilized in the building of the new church. The ashlar from the rare chamfered cornice ...

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Lyby Church
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Lyby Church

The Romanesque nave and choir were built from ashlar bricks. There are built-in round-carved ashlar stones in the east end wall which indicates that the church originally had a semicircular gable or a...

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Grønning Church
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Grønning Church

A Romanesque ashlar church with apse, chancel and nave. In the late Gotihc period, the tower and the porch were added. The altar is quite unusual - a recess in the partition toward the apse, in which ...

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Resen Church
Photo: Bill Pharsen

Resen Church

The church was built in the 14th century, but around 1590 Mrs. Magdalene Banner of Krabbesholm had it rebuilt with a tower, which gives the church building its distinctive feature.
The altarpiece and t...

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