Vinding Church

Vejle, Denmark

The nave and choir of Vinding church were built around 1150 and the tower was erected later. The altarpiece and pulpit dates from the late 18th century.


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Vindingvej 94, Vejle, Denmark
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Founded: c. 1150
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)


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Steen Kok Madsen (44 days ago)
Nice church.
Ellie Marie Dam (4 months ago)
Here is peace and quiet and good time to reminisce, -visited as always, over the years -Lasse 1987 -Søren 1988 -Christopher S and little Jimmy
Linda Ladekarl (5 months ago)
Cozy church
Troels Sehested (15 months ago)
Nice old church. The people around it are amazing
Troels Sehested (3 years ago)
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