Notmark Church was built around 1200. The tower is probably built also for defensive purposes. The altarpiece dates from the 1520s as well as the Renaissance style pulpit and crucifix.

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

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Tove Esmann (2 years ago)
Lovely peaceful place with a priest beyond the ordinary in the best sense of the word.
Tove Esmann (2 years ago)
Lovely peaceful place with a priest beyond the ordinary in the best sense of the word.
Tanja Vanggaard Nielsen (2 years ago)
A nice, empathetic, humorous and super qualified priest. A beautiful and well-kept church and cemetery. Worship services that speak to the heart and so, from time to time, even o e sproch.
Tanja Vanggaard Nielsen (2 years ago)
A nice, empathetic, humorous and super qualified priest. A beautiful and well-kept church and cemetery. Worship services that speak to the heart and so, from time to time, even o e sproch.
BabeThe (3 years ago)
A Good Priest
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