Store Heddinge Church

Store Heddinge, Denmark

Store Heddinge Church was built circa 1200 at the same time when the town was established. It is dedicated to St. Catherine (Sankt Katharina).


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


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Jan Sognnes Rasmussen (5 months ago)
Very distinctive and impressive church, which was built in the early Middle Ages.
David (2 years ago)
The oldest church in Zealand of Romanesque origin with secular motifs and votive ships
Stevns Foto / v. J.Nielsen (2 years ago)
Super nice exciting church, with a great story
Why are we here Flip flop (3 years ago)
do they even serve bread?
Thor Ebbesen (3 years ago)
We went to church for confirmation. However, I could not see the pastor at the altar, because the benches are in the large octagonal room in the middle and I have no idea what the pastor said, because the sound from the pastor and the speakers was good enough .. But while sitting there, waiting for it all to be over, you can spend the time looking at the really nice vaults in the ceiling, which are made of wood. If one takes the time to examine the church and its history properly, then I am sure it can be a really exciting excursion.
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