Skanderup Church

Kolding, Denmark

Skanderup Church was built probably around 1200 and is mentioned first time in 1280. The church contains a number of monuments, epitaphs and some magnificent Baroque style oak wood carvings, also produced in the workshop of Peter Jensen Kolding.


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Kirkebyen 1, Kolding, Denmark
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Founded: c. 1200
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)


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Jasmin riis (13 months ago)
Beautiful church and lovely surroundings
Rasmus Wadskjær (2 years ago)
Martin is a good priest and it is a nice church with ok hi-fi equipment. There is sometimes food and other fun.
Henning Hørup (2 years ago)
Attended a beautiful christening girl. The church has stunningly beautiful surroundings.
Morten Vaaben Refsgaard (2 years ago)
Nice church with one good rhythmic service
Rie Pedersen (2 years ago)
Was at the christening. The pastor was both really good and funny? Music from the band?
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