Gårslev Church

Børkop, Denmark

Gårslev church was founded in the 12th century and rebuilt several times of stones and bricks.

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Kirkegade 13, Børkop, Denmark
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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)

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Jette Langgaard (3 months ago)
Peter Chr. Schou (4 months ago)
Old village church. Unfortunately, it was not open.
Else Larsen (15 months ago)
Nice church
Else Larsen (15 months ago)
Nice church
Jesper Debel Elving (2 years ago)
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