Hvirring Church

Hedensted, Denmark

The apse, choir and nave of Romanesque style Hvirring Church are built of granite. It was erected around 1175. The pulpit dates from the late 1500s.


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Founded: c. 1175
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)


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Jacob Varberg (13 months ago)
Beautiful church and nice cemetery
Dorte Vestergaard (18 months ago)
Nice old church with a friendly and skilled staff.
Brian Kristensen (2 years ago)
Vibeke Fosgerau is a very competent and eloquent priest who led us through the funeral in a human way with both anecdotes and great empathy for the family. Thanks for you
Gitte Østergaard-Nielsen (4 years ago)
Incredibly beautiful church inside, many seats. Good service / christening. The church is worth a visit
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