Agedrup Church

Odense, Denmark

Agedrup Church was built in the Romanesque style in the 12th century. 


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Agedrupvej 14A, Odense, Denmark
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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)


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Morten Frydenlund (6 months ago)
Nice little church a little outside the city. Beautiful surroundings. Large parking lot directly opposite the church. The sound in the church could well be better.
Erling Halstrøm (10 months ago)
A nice place to be
Jens Bach Larsen (10 months ago)
Extremely well maintained
B T (13 months ago)
I've just been to a funeral out there, a really nice place and I was there for a christening in 1985. Unfortunately it's not possible to get a place in the afternoon Christmas Eve.
Margit Nielsen (3 years ago)
There you are greeted with warmth Ina is there for us
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