Egen Church

Guderup, Denmark

Egen Church dates from the 12th century and free-standing bell tower from the late Middle Ages. At the cemetery of Egen Church, near Guderup, the memorial stones of the fallen in World War I (1914-18) is found at the clock tower. Here 66 memorial stones in marble is placed in memory of the fallen sons of Egen parish.


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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)


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Bernd Röser (4 months ago)
A very beautiful stone church with an extremely well-kept cemetery. But that can be said of all cemeteries in Denmark. The gravesites of former enemies are also very well maintained. Look at the pictures, they speak for themselves. And if you like visiting churches, you shouldn't miss this one. The most accurate sundial in Denmark is nearby
Jens Peschel (11 months ago)
Everything very cleaner
Birthe Fogh (2 years ago)
Has become such a handsome, skilled priest
Peter Bjørn Berg (3 years ago)
Good thing there are some who are working to preserve a bit of the past. Horse stables for use during church hours. ?
Mick Pedersen (4 years ago)
It is a church
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