Harte Church

Kolding, Denmark

Harte Church was built in the 12th century in Romanesque style. The entrance and tower dates from 15-16th centuries. The old altarpiece was given by Abildgaard, the lord of Vranderupgaard. In the cemetery you will find a soldiers grave from the battle at Kolding (1849). In this battle, Harte church served as headquarter and observation post for the army led by general Rye.

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Hartevej 3, Kolding, Denmark
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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)

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User Reviews

Henrik Eltved (4 months ago)
Universe of reflection ?
Jakob Fogh Grove (7 months ago)
Nice little church with an interesting history: my ancestor was fired from Gram Church for not praying for the Germans to defeat the French and then later came to Harte just north of Germany.
Lone Nielsen (12 months ago)
Good place
Dion Poulsen (16 months ago)
After the death of my wife Else M. Poulsen, I have had very good support from the priest to get through the first time which I felt was a very empty and sad time. A very big thank you to priest Frida Dion Poulsen
Kolding Stenhuggeri (4 years ago)
We enjoy coming to Harte Cemetery with gravestones, both past Rene always helpful and welcoming, but also past, the cemetery is kept so beautiful. Greet your skilled stone carver Kolding Stoneware
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