Seest Church

Kolding, Denmark

Seest Church consists of a Romanesque choir and the ship, originally the apse, and a late medieval tower in the west. A late medieval porch in front southern door was demolished by the mid-1800s. The walls of chancel and nave is of field stone, and space has retained his flat beam ceilings. Arc is a brick wall on the Renaissance, possibly from 1539. During restoration 1963-64, led by architect JK Jepsen, Kolding, was after replacing the church's heating system by yellow square tiles in the floor and wooden floor under the new pews.



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Kolding, Denmark
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Founded: c. 1400
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: Kalmar Union (Denmark)


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User Reviews

Glenn Skovdal (11 months ago)
Incredibly good atmosphere and guidance at the funeral. Great speech and arrangement.
Martin Steinböck-Aalestrup (12 months ago)
The priest was very difficult to understand
Мария Вьюн (2 years ago)
A very beautiful cemetery. The landscaping and decoration of the space is superb!! Cleanliness and tidiness! Neat and cute tombstones!
Gert Ahle Kristensen (2 years ago)
My daughter and son-in-law's son were baptized, along with 2 other children, it was a nice ceremony. The priest also wanted to take a photo of the family, so she probably has a nice scrapbook by now.
Lasse Juhl (2 years ago)
A sad event, but we were well guided all the way by both the priest and the engraver. The digger has been fantastic in helping my mother find a grave site and good support during the funeral.
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