Varnæs Church dates from c. 1150, the baptismal font is original. The Baldachin reredos of oak is from around 1475. The renaissance style pulpit with wooden carving dates from 1606, and the crucifix circa 1250. St. Jørgens chapel on the south side was added in the 14th century, here were held services for lepers. The organ was made by Marcussen & Son, 1892. In cemetery stands a war memorial for the fallen during World War I, also a plaque in memory of those who died near Dybbøl in 1864. The freestanding wooden belfry is medieval.

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Founded: c. 1150
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)

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Karna Petersen (2 years ago)
The cemetery is neat and well maintained, the tombs are beautiful with their spruce this Advent
Karna Petersen (2 years ago)
The cemetery is neat and well maintained, the tombs are beautiful with their spruce this Advent
vivi nielsen (2 years ago)
Nice nice nice church
vivi nielsen (2 years ago)
Nice nice nice church
Per Godskesen (2 years ago)
Great church and amazing pastor.
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