Hejls church was built in the Romanesque style in 12th century. The tower was added in the 15th century and all other buildings from 1780 to 1950. 


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


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Kolding Stenhuggeri (22 months ago)
Hejls Cemetery is always a pleasure to come by, as Tom is digging the cemetery so well. Tom is welcoming and a great help when we come up with headstones to be set up Greet your skilled stone carver Kolding Stoneware
Christiian Petersen (23 months ago)
My hometown church, where I am both baptized and confirmed. My parents and a large part of the family are buried there, as well as many others from my hometown. I really like that place.
Mr. Splendid (2 years ago)
Majestic place, well maintained, invites you to reflect.
Marcela Tygriková (2 years ago)
Beautiful church with beautiful cemetery. Looks rather like a garden, in Czech republic we are used to something else. But this kind of Graves Is much more pretty.
Cathelijne van den Berg (2 years ago)
Beautiful church with a beautiful, very well-kept cemetery around it. Is beautifully situated on the edge of the village.
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