farum church is a well-preserved brick church built in the 1100s. The nave was enlarged and tower added around 1400. The altarpiece dates from the 1600s.



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Kålundsvej 31, Farum, Denmark
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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)


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Peder Mortensen (11 months ago)
Lovely, beautiful old room Genealogies must follow the course of genealogies
FOW (16 months ago)
Nice nice and round church. It seems very elongated. Sound at the top. Children were welcome.
Lye Nilsson (16 months ago)
There is nothing to tell ???
Jan Glottrup (2 years ago)
Unfortunately, you are only there for a funeral
Brian Rasmussen (2 years ago)
Fantastic day christening really nice day and the weather
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