Nustrup Church

Haderslev, Denmark

Nustrup Church consists of a Romanesque nave, choir and apse with late-Gothic tower and an unusually large weaponhouse towards the south. The church is rich in exciting fixtures, like a St. Hjælper (Saint Helper) crucifix from the early 1400s. The altarpiece dates from 1475 and Renaissance pulpit from 1575.

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Founded: c. 1100
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)

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René Christensen (2 years ago)
Concert with the Haderslev boys' choir, and it was an experience
Jesper Lindberg (2 years ago)
Good wine ?
Kim Jensen (4 years ago)
Really good priest ..
Johnny Davidsen Poulsen (4 years ago)
Everything one expects from a church
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