Fjelde Church was built in around 1100 and the tower was erected in 1500s. The font dates from c. 1575 and pulpit from 1610. The rare kind of altarpiece doesn't have a painting at all; there are only citations from Catechism.



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Founded: c. 1100
Category: Religious sites in Denmark
Historical period: The First Kingdom (Denmark)


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Peter Rasmussen (3 years ago)
Palle Bo jørgensen (3 years ago)
Great church
John Hansen (3 years ago)
The church has a Romanesque ship and choir with rich cornices, not least on the sides of the choir. A later Gothic tower stands with combed gables. The church is whitewashed with white details and very ornate. Fjelde Church is in Romanesque style, the tower of which is an extension from the 16th century. The baptismal font is from approx. 1575, while the pulpit is from ca. 1610th The altarpiece of the church is a catechism mustache as it has no image but is a tablet with Bible quotes.
Jan Sognnes Rasmussen (4 years ago)
A beautiful red-washed village church, built around the year 1100, where the oldest parts of the ship and the choir are in Romanesque style, while the tower and porch are in Gothic style, all of monk in the monks. After belonging to the county of Christiansholm since 1839, the church passed to self-ownership on July 1, 1916.
romywebb se (6 years ago)
Mycket vacker kyrka med en trevlig kyrkogård som ger en harmonisk känsla. Bra parkering och toalett finns.
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