Moltrup Church is mentioned for the first time in 1460 but it was erected probably in the 12th century. The sacristy was added in 1728. The altarpiece is from the 17th century and pulpit from 1882.

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

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Chresten Friis (2 years ago)
Lovely church room
Peter Dyhr (3 years ago)
Lovely church in natural surroundings
Lasse Seidler (5 years ago)
Kevin Sorensen (5 years ago)
Beautiful church in very green surroundings. Ship and choir have flat beamed ceiling, but the choir has previously had vault. The altarpiece is a Renaissance work from the beginning of the 1600s, with the Lord as the main motif and Isaac's sacrifice and the copper snake in the side wings. From a former altarpiece comes a figure of Saint Chrysogonus, who wears a cloak over the armor. The pulpit is from 1882 in a Renaissance / Baroque blending style. The baptismal font is a simple granite font. The organ is from 1882 and renovated by Marcussen & Søn in Aabenraa, most recently in December 2009-January 2010.
Erik Gjodrik-Baumgarten (6 years ago)
Nice church
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