Taps Church

Kolding, Denmark

Taps Church consists of Romanesque style choir, nave and apse and late medieval tower. The altarpiece is late Gothic.


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Ødisvej 38, Kolding, Denmark
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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)


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Ebbe Grønne (11 months ago)
Will be received by the doorpost stone from the earliest wooden church year 11-1300.
Bhunter333 (12 months ago)
A beautiful little church with a baptismal font running not too far from so much history
Mariane Dalgaard (13 months ago)
Nice place
Ebbe Grønne (14 months ago)
A church lying by a stream which at the entrance of Christianity in Denmark was a natural birthplace. Rock carvings in porches testify to old residence. In the church dike is hidden the doorpost of the first wooden church, so that the former congregation still has access.
Flemming Nielsen (2 years ago)
Beautiful surroundings and well-kept burial sites.
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