Halk church is a whitewashed church with a lead covered roof, which consists of a Romanesque choir and nave. Later, an expansion towards the west was added, as well as a sacristy, weaponhouse, chapel and an east facing tower, which is rarely seen.

The alter tablet is a beautiful combination of parts from a late-gothic alter tablet, which has been inserted into a late-renaissance frame from around 1640.

The church has an unusually large amount of fixtures from the Middle Ages, including beautiful sitting Mary with child from ca. 1275. There is also a crucifix from the same era, with side figures, where Mary is original, while John is from the 1400s. A canopy tablet with the crowned and blessing Christ dates from ca. 1400.  A processional crucifix is from the first quarter of the 1500s.

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

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Yannik Albers (13 months ago)
Very nice church. Was a point of our bike tour
fyrværkeri DK (2 years ago)
Nice church in lovely surroundings
Walter Paulsen (2 years ago)
Was to my grandson dob
Bent Holm (2 years ago)
Nice and lovely cemetery
Eva Molly (3 years ago)
Beautiful church and beautiful cemetery with facilities inspired by English gardens. The church is open from 8.00 - 20.00. Views of field and forest. The bus likes to stop at the church.
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