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Churches

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Enjoy church architecture in Middelfart and its nearby area.

From village churches on scenic hillsides that look as if they belong on a painting, pronounced towers and stained glass to some of the oldest stone churches
in the world, dating back to the 12th Century.
Enjoy your trip under the blue sky.

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SAMSTED - Bike Station
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SAMSTED - Bike Station

Stop off at Samsted, Korsbjerg in the heart of the Røjle peninsula, close to Vejlby Fed.

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Pump your bicycle’s tyres at the churchyard

Pump your bicycle tyres at the churchyard.

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Sct. Nicolai Church
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Sct. Nicolai Church

The church was built in the 13th century and has developed through the years as most other churches: Originally Romanesque style, but later changed to Gothic style.

The original church had a nave and ...

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Strib Church
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Strib Church

Strib Church
Lovely small village church, built in 1911.

Strib Church is a small holy-cross church with a church-tower and apses.

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Husby Church
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Ørslev Church
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Ørslev Church

Ørslev kirke
The church is an open roadside church, but it may be closed to visitors due to wedding, funerals and holidays. There is access for wheelchairs at the church.
Ørslev Church is an old Medieva...

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Røjleskov Church
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Røjleskov Church

Røjleskov Church

The church is erected in 1914 and is made out of limestone. There is room for up to 150 persons inside the church. Architect is N.P. Jensen, Odense.

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Fjelsted Church
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Fjelsted Church

Fjelsted church is located picturesquely in the middle of the old village. There it  has been located for about 800 years. In the Middle Ages the church was consecrated St. Laurentius.

The Late Middle ...

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Vejlby Church
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Vejlby Church

Vejlby kirke

Vejlby Church is an open roadside church, but may be closed to visitors due to weddings, funerals, public holidays ect.

Vejlby Church is situated only a few kilometres from Middelfart, and ...

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Brenderup Church
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Brenderup Church

Brenderup Church
The church originates from the 13th century as a roman style church, with choir and apses. Several parts added in 1450 – 1550 changed the look of the church, so it is now presented as ...

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Harndrup Church
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Harndrup Church

The church is built o. year 1100, and is situated 19 Km. from Middelfart.

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Asperup Church
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Asperup Church

Asperup Church
The old church in Asperup dates from app. year 1180. It is not often, that a village church can be dated so precisely, but when the church was renovated in the 1980’s a wooden window fra...

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Føns Church
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Føns Church

Føns Church
The church is inaugurated to Sct. Anna before the 13th century. The altarpiece in wood is carved o. year 1500, and the Pulpit is from 1663. The inner part of the church was renovated in 200...

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Udby Church
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Udby Church

Udby Church
The altarpiece is painted by Ernst Trier, Works in granite dating from the erection the the 16th century: lions, rosettas, people and more. The church is beautifully situated with a view of...

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Gelsted Church
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Gelsted Church

Like most other village churches, this church was built in stages.

The oldest part originates from o. 1200, the choir was added o. 1450 – 1500. The weaponry was built in 1721.

Originally a roman style...

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Nørre Aaby Church
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Nørre Aaby Church

Originally the church was a Romanesque style church; presumably build late 12thcentury and early 13thcentury. Some Romanesque details can still be spotted. Changings were later made in Gothic style, a...

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Kauslunde Church
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Kauslunde Church

Of the Romanesque church from around 1200 some of the walls are preserved, ex. the north wall of the choir. It is built of field stones, while the base is of hewn stone. In 1400 the church was rebuilt...

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Gamborg Church
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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...

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Ejby Church
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Ejby Church

Ejby Church
An old roman style church stood formerly here, with a church tower in late gothic style added. In 1842 the roman style parts were destroyed, and the present parts of the church were erected...

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