Uggeløse Church

Lynge, Denmark

Uggeløse Church was built originaly around 1150 and reconstructed in 1330s. The original altar (1597) and pulpit (1629) disappeared in the restoration made in 1841, but the original medieval font still exists.

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

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Erik Ahlqvist Persson (5 months ago)
I was there on the 16th of May for a baptism, with a really good priest, fine experience
Ida Johanne Kühn Riegels (6 months ago)
Meget charmerende kirke for enden af en gammel alle på toppen af en bakke.
Lars Wenstrup (17 months ago)
Beautifully situated village church. View of the Mill Valley.
Lars Wenstrup (17 months ago)
Beautifully situated village church. View of the Mill Valley.
Hans Heising (21 months ago)
Owlless church is located at Lynge in North Zealand. The church is small but cozy. We were there for the funeral of one family member. The priest, who came from Skovshoved, handled the funeral with great sensitivity and warmth, and she accepted the family's wishes regarding the funeral content.
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